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Murder in the Maze

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Connington, JJ - Murder in the Maze (1927)

 

Review by Nick Fuller

4/5

Good book, fast-moving and eventful. Maze scene #1 (Vera) suspenseful — did Crispin have this in mind while writing Frequent Hearses? Investigations and crime ingenious (bike in tree). Not as complex as The Case with Nine Solutions, but still good. John Jervis Connington definitely what Thompson would call Intuitionalist.

 

See also: 

http://at-scene-of-crime.blogspot.com/2011/11/of-maze-and-men.html 

http://doyouwriteunderyourownname.blogspot.com.au/2012/02/forgotten-book-murder-in-maze.html

http://www.classicmysteries.net/2012/05/murder-in-the-maze.html

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