|1||Unexpected Night||Mystery / M||1940||3|
|2||Deadly Nightshade||Mystery / M||1940||4|
|3||Murders in Volume Two||Mystery / M||1941||0|
|4||The House Without the Door||Mystery / M||1942||0|
|5||Nothing Can Rescue Me||Mystery / M||1943||0|
|6||Evidence of Things Seen||Mystery / M||1943||0|
|7||Arrow Pointing Nowhere / Murder Listens In||Mystery / M||1944||4|
|8||The Book of the Dead||Mystery / M||1944||4|
|9||Any Shape or Form||Mystery / M||1945||0|
|10||Somewhere in the House||Mystery / M||1946||3|
|11||The Wrong Way Down||Mystery / M||1946||0|
|12||Night Walk||Mystery / M||1947||0|
|13||The Book of the Lion||Mystery / M||1948||3|
|14||And Dangerous to Know||Mystery / M||1949||0|
|15||Death and Letters||Mystery / M||1950||0|
|16||The Book of the Crime||Mystery / M||1951||5|
|17||Shroud for a Lady||Mystery / M||1956||1|
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...
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...
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...
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...