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Mrs. Murdock takes a case
George Harmon Coxe
|Statement||George Harmon Coxe.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.C83942 Mi, PS3505.O9636 Mi|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||263 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||263|
|LC Control Number||41011682|
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Venter, who was photographing a parade below, accidentally took a picture of Mrs. Murdock committing the murder and has been blackmailing her ever since. Leslie killed Venter when he threatened to expose Mrs. Murdock, who had convinced Merle that she was to . Raymond Thornton Chandler ( - ) was the master practitioner of American hard-boiled crime fiction. Although he was born in Chicago, Chandler spent most of his boyhood and youth in England where he attended Dulwich College and later worked as a freelance journalist for The Westminster Gazette and The World War I, Chandler served in France with the First Brand: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group.
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Mrs. Murdock Takes a Case (Dell Mapback #) Mass Market Paperback – January 1, by George Harmon Coxe (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Mass Market Paperback 5/5(1). Mrs. Murdock takes a case by George Harmon Coxe; 1 Mrs.
Murdock takes a case book First published in Kent Murdock Mystery Series. 23 primary works • 23 total works. Kent Murdock, a hard-drinking crime photographer, and frequent co-star, tough guy Jack Fenner, in Boston, Massachusetts: Book 3.
The Camera Clue. by George Harmon Coxe. Mrs. Murdock Takes a Case. by George Harmon Coxe. 4 Ratings published 2 editions. Mrs. Murdock Takes a Case. Coxe, George Harmon. Alfred A. Knopf (USA) () first printing Item # Price: $ Add to Cart (Facsimile Dust Jacket only - BOOK NOT INCLUDED) See all items in Mystery.
See all items by George Harmon Coxe. Facsimile Dust Jackets, LLC; 48th Avenue San Francisco CA Phone As is sometimes the case, Marlowe's clients (autocratic, port-swilling Mrs.
Murdock and her negligible son Leslie) are the least interesting characters in the book. Then there's the very strange Merle Davis.
She's Mrs. Murdock's "secretary," but functions as a /5. Ann B. Ross, who taught literature at the University of North Carolina at Asheville, is the author of Miss Julia Speaks Her Mind, one of the most popular Southern debut novels in years, Miss Julia Takes Over, Miss Julia Throws a Wedding, and Miss Julia Hits the Road/5.
The characters are drawn with considerable skill, notably that of Mrs. Elizabeth Bright Murdock who engages Philip Marlowe to to discover a missing doubloon and a missing but undesired daughter-in-law. Mrs. Murdock drinks port for her asthma—a strong-minded old lady who keeps her own counsel and gives the unfortunate Marlowe very little to Author: Book Marks.
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See more ideas about Murdoch mysteries, Mystery and Detective shows pins. Kent Murdock Created by George Harmon Coxe (). K ENT MURDOCK 's a refined, cleaned up version of author Coxe's rumpled, fast-talking crime photographer, Flashgun Casey, who appeared in the pages of Black Mask and several novels.
Where Flashgun was a big, hot-tempered Boston Mick with a gift for gab and a nose for trouble, given to drink and fisticuffs, Kent is a more mature, and. In this case, Matt takes his acrobatics to more risky heights. blind and would later become Mrs.
Milla Murdock when he secretly marries Daredevil takes the time to reflect on his father. Smith broke into that house, stole a safe, and, many years later, while serving time for another crime, wrote a book about his crime and his experiences with Murdock.
He self-published Thieves in. What proves shocking and changes the nature of Detective Murdoch’s case is the boy found dead in Dolly’s kitchen, portending the presence of more than one killer. Published inthe second book in The Detective Murdoch series continues to construct a distinct image of Toronto in the s; the story continues to manifest at the rapid.
Marlowe visits Mrs. Murdock and reveals what he has figured out: Horace Bright once tried to force himself on Merle, and she either pushed him or allowed him to fall out of a window to his death.
Vannier knew and was blackmailing the family. Mrs. Murdock admits it is Author: Raymond Chandler. "A High Window" is a murder mystery by Raymond Chandler featuring the wise-talking and tough private detective Philip Marlowe.
Recounted from the point of view of Marlowe, the novel opens as he is called to the lavish Pasadena home of Mrs. Elizabeth Bright Murdock, an imposing older woman who wants to hire him to retrieve a valuable coin that has been stolen from her deceased second.
George Harmon Coxe was born in New York in and passed away in The bibliography is arranged in order of US publication. In all cases the American issues precede the British with some titles not having a UK edition. Mrs. Murdock is a nasty wealthy woman who hires Marlowe to find a missing rare coin.
The coin belonged to Mrs. Murdock's late husband and disappeared from a safe, which only she, Merle, and her wastrel son Leslie had access to. Mrs. Murdock denies that her son took the coin.Murdoch Mysteries is a Canadian mystery drama television series that began in The series is based on the Detective Murdoch novels by Maureen Jennings and is set in Toronto around the turn of the 20th century.
It centres on William Murdoch (Yannick Bisson), a detective at Station House Four, who solves crimes using scientific techniques and inventions which are highly advanced for the.Whatever the vagaries of the market, gold is a perennially hot commodity in the popular imagination—especially in the minds of authors and screenwriters.
In this Historical Echoes post, we take a look at Raymond Chandler’s Philip Marlowe novel The High Window, which uses a stolen gold coin—the Brasher Doubloon—as a plot device.