The Almost Perfect Murder

The Almost Perfect Murder

The Almost Perfect Murder A Case Book of Madame Storey

The Almost Perfect Murder A Case Book of Madame Storey

About the book:

The Almost Perfect Murder A Case Book of Madame Storey

Author:                                Hulbert Footner

Publisher:                            J B Lippincott Co

Publish date:                      1937

ASIN:                                     B000881RI8

Pages:                                   249

Language:                           English

Genres:                                 Short Story Collection, Mystery/Detective, Post-1930

 

Review:

Hulbert Footner (1879-1944) was a Canadian author of verifiable and investigator fiction.

Mr. Hulbert Footner’s well-known character, Madame Storey, is maybe the most commended lady analyst in fiction. Her investigator capability is helped to some degree by ladylike instinct, yet she accomplishes results—amazingly fruitful outcomes, for the issues here clarified surely demonstrated puzzling enough to the police. This volume furnishes exciting passage for all book lovers of criminologist stories, and Mr. Hulbert Footner composes with his standard verve and ingenuity.

Mr. Hulbert Footner’s well-known character, Madame Storey, is maybe the most commended lady analyst in fiction. Her criminologist capability is helped to some degree by ladylike instinct, yet she attains results—amazingly fruitful outcomes, for the issues here explained surely demonstrated puzzling enough to the police. This volume gives exciting passage for all bookworms of analyst stories, and Mr. Hulbert Footner composes with his standard verve and inventiveness.

This is a touch later than Christie’s books, and there are clear echoes of her in it – Mme Storey helped me to remember Poirot, as like him, she’s a proficient (instead of an apprentice like Miss Marple or Miss Silver) and takes a mental methodology to unraveling wrongdoing. The stories whittle down the suspects, and have a tendency to end with the well known dénouement scene. Be that as it may, the book isn’t only a pale Christie wannabe – Mme Story is an in number character and the stories are well-composed and astute. Incredible read.

Remarkably suggest this book. I adore the books from the ‘Golden Age’ of wrongdoing fiction, however I’d never knew about Madame Rosika Storey – now I have perused one book, I’m snared! When you like Agatha Christie, Patricia Wentworth and Ngaio Marsh, you’ll like this.

Was quickly conveyed into the house and laid upon the couch. The family doctor was telephoned for. The powder checks around the wound could be seen by all. In his disarray and energy, the steward felt that he should tell his expert of what had happened before sending for the police. No one in the house knew where Mr. Whittall was feasting that night, and the steward began telephoning around to his clubs, and to the houses of his most personal companions in the endeavour to find him. He couldn’t get any expressions of him.

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