Item description for The Murders in Volume 2 (Henry Gamadge Mysteries) by Elizabeth Daly, Liliana Valenzuela, Caroline Cox, Julia Evans, Ian Player, James Coe, Diane Thompson & Steve Thompson...
"New York at its most charming" (New York Times) is the setting for Volume 2, first published in 1941. One hundred years earlier, a beautiful guest had disappeared from the wealthy Vauregard household, along with the second volume in a set of the collected works of Byron. Improbably enough, both guest and book seem to have reappeared, with neither having aged a day. The elderly Mr. Vauregard is inclined to believe the young woman's story of having vacationed on an astral plane. But his dubious niece calls in Henry Gamadge, gentleman-sleuth, expert in rare books, and sufficiently well bred -- it is hoped -- to avoid distressing the Vauregard sensibilities. As Gamadge soon discovers, sensibilities abound chez Vauregard, where the household includes an aging actress with ties to a spiritualist sect and a shy beauty with a shady, crippled fianc. As always in this charming series, Gamadge comes up trumps, but only after careful study of the other players' cards.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 5.75" Height: 7.25" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2005
Publisher Felony & Mayhem Press
ISBN 1933397012 ISBN13 9781933397016
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More About Elizabeth Daly, Liliana Valenzuela, Caroline Cox, Julia Evans, Ian Player, James Coe, Diane Thompson & Steve Thompson
Elizabeth Daly was a New York writer of gentleman-sleuth mysteries in the classic British style, featuring amateur detective Henry Gamadge. She wrote her novels between 1940 and 1950, and received an Edgar Award for her body of work. She was Agatha Christie's favorite writer.