Murder Mystery Collection

ebook: Murder Mystery Collection

Sprache - Englisch

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In Carolyn Wells' Murder Mystery Collection, readers are immersed in a series of captivating stories filled with intrigue and suspense. The book encompasses various styles of mystery writing, from classic whodunits to thrilling detective narratives, showcasing Wells' versatility as a writer. Set in different time periods and locations, each story offers a unique literary experience that keeps readers guessing until the very end. Through her clever plot twists and engaging characters, Wells demonstrates her mastery in the art of storytelling, making this collection a must-read for fans of the mystery genre. Carolyn Wells, a prolific American author known for her contribution to mystery and detective fiction, brings her expertise and creativity to this captivating collection. With a keen eye for detail and a knack for crafting intricate plotlines, Wells sets herself apart in the realm of mystery literature. Her passion for writing shines through in each carefully crafted story, cementing her reputation as a leading figure in the genre. For fans of mystery and detective fiction, Carolyn Wells' Murder Mystery Collection is a compelling read that offers a diverse selection of captivating stories. Whether you enjoy classic whodunits or thrilling suspense tales, this collection is sure to satisfy your craving for puzzling mysteries and engaging narratives.

About the Author

Carolyn Wells (June 18, 1862 – March 26, 1942) was a prolific American author and poet, best known for her mystery novels. Born in Rahway, New Jersey, Wells penned over 170 books during her lifetime. She initially embarked on her literary career with poetry and humor, yet it was her foray into the mystery and detective genre that cemented her reputation. Wells' 'Murder Mystery Collection' is a testament to her prowess in weaving intricate puzzles and engaging whodunits that captivated readers. Carolyn Wells had a particular penchant for parodies and penned several pastiches of famous works. Her writing style is characterized by its wit and a light tone that deftly balances tension with humor. Although not as widely known today as some of her contemporaries, Wells made a significant contribution to early 20th-century literature, particularly in the development of the amateur detective and the 'had-I-but-known' school of mystery writing. Sources on her life and works are found in the realms of feminist literary criticism and historical overviews of early detective fiction, reflecting her role as a pioneering female author in a previously male-dominated genre.

Product Details

Publisher: DigiCat

Genre: Sprache - Englisch

Language: English

Size: 6219 Pages

Filesize: 6.5 MB

ISBN: 8596547009474