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The pioneering creator of the inverted detective story, R. Austin Freeman was a popular Edwardian author of novels and short stories featuring Dr. Thorndyke, a pathologist-detective. Well-liked by readers of Sherlock Holmes, Freeman’s detective and mystery tales offered an innovative The Penrose Mystery (A Dr Thorndyke Mystery) [Freeman, R. Austin] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Penrose Mystery (A Dr Thorndyke Mystery)
Overall, though, "The Penrose Mystery" is a good story which gives the reader some chance to solve the mystery before the end. If you are brand new to the Dr. Thorndyke series, though, you should probably read a couple of other members of the series before this one. Lesen Sie weiter.
...to the curious history of the disappearance of Mr. Daniel Penrose, and I accordingly do so; but not without reluctance and a feeling that my contribution is but a retailing of the smallest of small beer.
Freeman created for his mystery novels Dr. John Evelyn Thorndyke, a character ... The Mystery of 31 New Inn (1912), The Penrose Mystery (1936), Mr. Polton ...
THE PENROSE MYSTERY. June 4, 1921. Credit... The New York Times Archives. See the article in its original context from June 4, 1921, Page 9 Buy Reprints. View on timesmachine. Penrose is an eccentric in possession of dazzling gems. Dr Thorndyke is alerted to a burglary at his house, and a scrap of paper is found with 'lobster' on it, along with two Latin words. Meanwhile, Penrose flees after a car accident. The police are mystified, but Thorndyke is on track getting to the bottom of a tantalising, complex mystery.