Melville Davisson Post

The Bradmoor Murder

The Bradmoor Murder is a wonderful collection of mysteries by a true American master of the detective short story. Melville Davisson Post tells tales of mysterious death, unexplainable murder, and complex crimes. From the sea washed cliffs of Bradmoor to the fairylands of Belgium, there is strangeness to be unpicked, women to be fallen in love with, and men with the genius to see what others cannot.
In this collection of detective stories, first published in 1922, Melville Davisson Post creates some truly entertaining characters; among them there is distinguished Sir Henry Marquis, Chief of the Criminal Investigation Department of Scotland Yard, with his remarkable deductive skills, and Sir Godfrey Simon, the greatest alienist in England … together, they can solve the hardest of mysteries.
194 printed pages
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