Melville Davisson Post

The Greatest Works of Melville Davisson Post: 40+ Titles in One Edition

Musaicum Books presents to you this carefully created volume of «The Greatest Works of Melville Davisson Post: 40+ Titles in One Edition». This ebook has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices.
Table of Contents:
The Strange Schemes of Randolph Mason
The Corpus Delicti
Two Plungers of Manhattan
Woodford's Partner
The Error of William Van Broom
The Men of the Jimmy
The Sheriff of Gullmore
The Animus Furandi
The Man of Last Resort (The Clients of Randolph Mason)
The Governor's Machine
Mrs. Van Barton
Once in Jeopardy
The Grazier
The Rule Against Carper
Uncle Abner, Master of Mysteries
The Doomdorf Mystery
The Wrong Hand
The Angel of the Lord
An Act of God
The Treasure Hunter
The House of the Dead Man A Twilight Adventure
The Age of Miracles
The Tenth Commandment
The Devil's Tools
The Hidden Law The Riddle
The Straw Man The Mystery of Chance
The Concealed Path
The Edge of the Shadow
The Adopted Daughter
Naboth's Vineyard
The Sleuth of St. James Square
The Thing on the Hearth
The Reward
The Lost Lady
The Cambered Foot
The Man in the Green Hat The Wrong Sign
The Fortune Teller
The Hole in the Mahogany Panel
The End of the Road
The Last Adventure
American Horses
The Spread Rails
The Pumpkin Coach
The Yellow Flower
Satire of the Sea The House by the Loch
Dwellers in the Hills
The Gilded Chair
The Mountain School-Teacher
Melville Davisson Post (1869–1930) was an American author, born in West Virginia. Post's best-known character is the mystery solving, justice dispensing West Virginian backwoodsman, Uncle Abner. Post also wrote number of stories about Randolph Mason, a brusque New York lawyer who is highly skilled at turning legal loopholes and technicalities to his clients' advantage. Post's other recurring characters include Sir Henry Marquis of Scotland Yard, the French policeman Monsieur Jonquelle and the Virginia lawyer Colonel Braxton.
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