Free mystery and thriller Kindle books for 01 Jun 17

THE WHODUNIT COLLECTION: British Murder Mysteries (15 Novels in One Volume): The Maelstrom, The Grell Mystery, The Powers and Maxine, The Girl Who Had … of Hercules, One-Thirty and many more

by Frank Froest

This unique collection of the greatest British mysteries & crime novels has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards. Frank Froest: The Maelstrom The Grell Mystery C. N. Williamson & A. M. Williamson: The Motor Maid The Girl Who Had Nothing The Second Latchkey The Castle of Shadows The House by the Lock The Guests of Hercules The Port of Adventure The Brightener The Lion’s Mouse The Powers and Maxine Isabel Ostander: One Thirty The Crevice Island of Intrigue Superintendent Frank Castle Froest (1858-1930) was a British detective and crime writer. As one of the country’s top detectives, he was involved in famous cases like Jameson Raid, arresting the jewel-thief ‘Harry the Valet’ and Dr. Crippen. Charles Norris Williamson (1859-1920) and Alice Muriel Williamson (1869-1933) were British novelists who jointly wrote a number of novels which cover the early days of motoring and can also be read as travelogues. Isabel Egenton Ostrander (1883-1924) was a British mystery writer of the early twentieth century who used, besides her own name, the pseudonyms Robert Orr Chipperfield, David Fox, and Douglas Grant. In 1920s she was notable enough to be parodied by Agatha Christie in Partners in Crime, a Tommy and Tuppence mystery that parodies many of Christie’s idols.



NO CLUE! (Murder Mystery)

by James Hay

Detective Jefferson Hastings is invited at Sloanehurst, home of Arthur Sloane, rich and eccentric man deeply interested in study of crime and criminals. During his stay at Sloanehurst a young woman is found dead at the estate and Sloane’s daughter wants Hastings to help solving mystery of the murder. In the beginning it appears that there are no clues at all, and every suspect has a perfect alibi, but exhaustive and thorough investigation is starting to give results. Old detective has to use every trick in the bag and rely on delicate expressions and even the slight signals to crack the mystery. James Hay, Jr. (1881-1936) was American novelist and journalist, born in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Most of his books are crime mysteries and detective stories, some of which are set in Asheville, place where he spent part of his life, and worked as an editor in the Asheville Citizen magazine. Some of his other detective novels have their settings in Washington, where Hay spent his final years. Hay was the founder of the National Press Club, and had friendly relations with presidents Wilson and Taft.



THE MAELSTROM & THE GRELL MYSTERY (British Mystery Classics): A Scotland Yard Thriller & Whodunit Murder Mystery

by Frank Froest

The Maelstrom – Asked by a strange girl to deliver her package at an address, an innocent man is entangled in a murder case. What will become of him? Will he be saved or damned? The Grell Mystery – A groom-to-be is murdered just before his wedding and the Scotland Yard police is at large to find a mysterious woman who was seen with him last. But things are not so simple as they seem. Frank Castle Froest (1858-1930) was a British detective and crime writer. Frank Froest joined the Metropolitan Police as a police constable in 1879 and worked his way up to Superintendent of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Metropolitan Police from 1906 to his retirement in 1912. As one of the country’s top detectives, he was involved in famous cases like Jameson Raid, arresting the jewel-thief ‘Harry the Valet’ and Dr. Crippen.



C. N. WILLIAMSON & A. N. WILLIAMSON: 30+ Murder Mysteries & Adventure Novels (Illustrated): Where the Path Breaks, A Soldier of the Legion, The Girl Who … York, The Castle of the Shadows and more

by Charles Norris Williamson

Musaicum Books presents to you a unique collection of mystery classics & adventure novels, formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Mystery Novels The Motor Maid The Girl Who Had Nothing The Second Latchkey The Castle of Shadows The House by the Lock The Guests of Hercules The Port of Adventure The Brightener The Lion’s Mouse The Powers and Maxine Adventure Fiction It Happened in Egypt The Adventures of Princess Sylvia The Car of Destiny My Friend the Chauffeur The Chauffeur and the Chaperon Everyman’s Land The Princess Virginia Angel Unawares: A Story of Christmas Eve A Soldier of Legion The Princess Passes Winne Child, The Shop-Girl Where the Path Breaks Rosemary, A Christmas story Vision House The Golden Silence The Heather Moon Set in Silver Travelogues Lord John in New York Lord Loveland Discovers America Lady Betty Across the Water Secret History Revealed by Lady Peggy O’Malley The Lightning Conductor: The Strange Adventures of a Motor Car The Lightning Conductor Discovers America Charles Norris Williamson (1859-1920) and Alice Muriel Williamson (1869-1933) were British novelists who jointly wrote a number of novels which cover the early days of motoring and can also be read as travelogues.



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