Unexpected Night
  • Length:
    17 Books
  • First:
    January 1940
  • Latest:
    January 1956
  • Rating:

Series List in Order

Order Book Genre Date Rating
1 Mystery / M 3 Buy
2 Mystery / M 4 Buy
3 Mystery / M 0 Buy
4 Mystery / M 0 Buy
5 Mystery / M 0 Buy
6 Mystery / M 0 Buy
7 Mystery / M 4 Buy
8 Mystery / M 4 Buy
9 Mystery / M 0 Buy

10 Mystery / M 3 Buy
11 Mystery / M 0 Buy
12 Mystery / M 0 Buy
13 Mystery / M 3 Buy
14 Mystery / M 0 Buy
15 Mystery / M 0 Buy
16 Mystery / M 5 Buy
17 Mystery / M 1 Buy

Book Descriptions for series: A Henry Gamadge Mystery

  • Book - 1

    The discovery of young Amberly Cowden's body at the base of a cliff, as well as the strange events apparently related to the impoverished acting troupe at the Cove, disrupt Gamage's restful golf retreat. Reprint....

  • Book - 2

    Henry Gamadge investigates the death of a state trooper and the poisoning of three children by nightshade, proving that the murders are all related and, in the process, unearthing a few scandals as well. ...

  • Book - 3

    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 hav...

  • Book - 4

    Acquitted of murdering her husband, Mrs. Vina Gregson remains essentially a prisoner, trapped in her elegant New York apartment with occasional furtive forays to her Connecticut estate. A jury may have found her innocent, but Mrs. Gregson remains a m...

  • Book - 5

    In mid-1943, and up to his elbows in war work, Henry Gamadge is longing for a quiet weekend. But when a half-forgotten classmate requests assistance, Gamadge is unable to refuse the tug of an old school tie. The problem, says Sylvanus, concerns his A...

  • Book - 6

    In the sticky summer of 1943, a secluded cottage in the Berkshires sounds just the ticket to the newly married Clara Gamadge. The resident ghost, a slender woman in a sunbonnet who died just one year ago in the cottage Clara is now renting, merely ad...

  • Book - 7

    Take one grand house, stuff it with staff, and make it home to several generations. If they send their sons to Oxford and occasionally knock each other off, you''ve got a country-house murder mystery, the delight of classic English crime fiction. But...

  • Book - 8

    The hospital sees nothing to question about the death of the reclusive Mr. Crenshaw, and it?s not as though he had any friends to press the issue. He did, though, have one casual acquaintance, who happens to pick up Mr. Crenshaw?s battered old editio...

  • Book - 9

    Just about any of the guests at Johnny Redfield's party seems to have a good reason to have killed the guest of honor, Johnny's Californian aunt who, with her astral name and vague pretensions of mysticism, does not exactly blend in the elegant New Y...

  • Book - 10

    Charming bibliophile and occasional sleuth Henry Gamadge is asked to cope with some greedy Clayborn relatives awaiting an inheritance and to find a valuable button collection and becomes involved in a case of murder...

  • Book - 11

    An etching in the Ashbury mansion has suddenly acquired an inscription dated 1793. Miss Julia Paxton knows there was never anything written on that portrait until the visit of professional medium Iris Vance. Are the dead sending messages? And will He...

  • Book - 12

    Frazer''s Mills, in upstate New York, is a small, isolated village, where everyone knows everyone else and things haven''t changed much (and the mills have been closed for quite some time). When murder suddenly intrudes upon this sedate rural backwat...

  • Book - 13

    It should be a fairly routine job for Henry Gamadge: Examining the papers of a dead poet and playwright with some early promise but not much commercial success. But it''s not so much the life and letters as the death of the author (murdered in Centra...

  • Book - 14

    Alice Dunbar was a very proper upper East Side woman with a very boring life. There is, in fact, absolutely no reason anyone can think of for Alice to go missing, and yet that’s exactly what she does, shortly after the death of an elderly aunt....

  • Book - 15

    Henry Gamadge is summoned to a secluded estate by way of a crossword puzzle, the only means of communication for a widow being held captive by her relatives. They claim she's lost her mind; she thinks they have shut her away to keep her from spilling...

  • Book - 16

    Young Rena Austen, newly wed, is afraid she's made a terrible mistake. Her husband, once a dashingly romantic figure of a wounded war hero, has turned into a moody lay-about, and they are sharing a gloomy house on the Upper East Side of New York with...

  • Book - 17