Six Books by Favorite Mystery Writers
Six mystery novels represent a few of your favorite writers of the past and present.
MIchael Innes wrote There Came Both Mist and Snow in 1940 featuring a young Inspector Appleby. This 2017 reprint has 231 pages and is in excellent paperback condition.
John Dickson Carr wrote The Crooked Hinge in 1938 featuring Dr. Gideon Fell. This 2019 paperback reprint of 274 pages is in fine condition with an introduction by Charles Todd, a more current popular mystery writer.
Robert Barnard wrote Corpse in a Gilded Cage in 1984 with Superintendent Hickory and Sgt. Medway investigating. This 2008 paperback reprint has 212 pages and is in excellent condition.
Jacqueline Winspear, still popular among mystery writers, published Maisie Dobbs in 2003, her first novel in the Maisie Dobbs Series.
Susanna Kearsley wrote The Splendour Falls in 1995, a mystery-romance set in the medieval French town of Chinon. This paperback reprint from 2013 in very good condition has 367 pages.
Patricia Sprinkle wrote A Mystery Bred in Buckhead in 1994, 271 pp., combining "Southern Hospital with Cold-Blooded Murder." This slightly browning copy is in fair, firm and very readable condition.