4 edition of The Detective Book found in the catalog.
The Detective Book
Mickey Mouse Club
February 12, 1978
by Random House Books for Young Readers
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||61|
The Metaphysical Detective is the prequel to the Riga Hayworth series. If you like no-nonsense heroines and a bit of supernatural with your mystery, you'll love The Metaphysical Detective. Buy this quirky urban fantasy and explore the magical world of Riga Hayworth today! Book 1 in the Doyle Witch Cozy by magic, bound by The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency by Alexander McCall Smith - review 'Ms. Ramotswe encounters lots of different cases in the book. Probably the funniest one is 'The Boyfriend' case'
Parents need to know that The Detective's Assistant is a funny, history-filled novel from Kate Hannigan based on the true story of the first female detective in history, Kate Warne, and her imagined relationship with a long-lost niece, year-old orphan Nell. Together, as the United States approaches civil war, they solve crimes as undercover :// This is a three book Detective Book Club edition, with "The Case of the Backward Mule" by Erle Stanley Gardner, "Honolulu Story" by Leslie Ford, and "My Late Wives" by Carter Dickson. Subjects Detective and mystery stories
An absolutely wonderful start to what is hopefully is a long-running detective series set in modern Botswana. This fast-reading book isn't so much a set piece mystery as it is the story of an African woman in her late thirties who stakes her entire inheritance on the crazy idea of becoming the country's first woman private :// The case of the damaged detective is a mix of buddy, road trip and odd couple mixed with a spy thriller. I’ve listened to this a couple if times now and it is still enjoyable after each listen I enjoyed the mixture of humour and plot. The characters are engaging and the story interesting enough to keep me ://
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This book really meanders, and for a novel called "The Detective," the main character is shockingly bad at doing just that. It adheres to a classic trope where more than one case dovetails together, this time over the course of a very long career, and it was too goddamn :// The Detective Club “The Detective Story Club”, launched by Collins inwas a clearing house for the best and most ingenious crime stories of the age, chosen by a select committee of experts.
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He shows that the detective's best weapon is his own mind. The care and the word choices make this book stand out. Thorp worked on his characters. It shows. Like some young writers, Pre-publication book reviews and features keeping readers and industry influencers in the know since Heavner isn’t exactly mollified when Tempe, aided by retired police detective Skinny Slidell and a host of experts, puts a name to the dead man.
But the hints of other crimes Tempe’s identification The Detective Book book, particularly crimes The Mind Detective is not just another self-help book: it is the story of someone who battled against the odds to climb out of the gutter, reach the top, fall to the bottom again and rise back to the top as the truly enlightened, happy and fulfilled person she was always meant to be.
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This is book number 9 in the inspector Armand Gamache series and definitely our favorite of all of them (there are 12). Don’t Tell a Soul is the debut book in Detective Kane and Alton series. The story starts with the discovery of a body stuffed into a barrel and hidden the garbage dump.
The body is covered in long lacerations, and Sheriff Jenna Alton and her deputy David Kane are curious to find the circumstances that led to the gruesome :// Even though the book is a serious crime/thriller novel, I did have a few random, much-needed chuckles along the way.
P.T., as everyone calls him, is quite the interesting character, and it was fun to observe his transformation from that reckless drunk into the sharp police detective that he used to be before the tragedy struck in his :// The Crossing (Detective Louise Blackwell Book 1) Kindle Edition by Matt Brolly (Author) Format: Kindle Edition.
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Another brilliantly written rhyming story from Julia Donaldson. This picture book is action packed and will maintain children’s interest as they make inferences and predictions about who might have stolen all of the :// The Detective Book Club produced volumes of three crime novels from to Originally monthly, near the end they dwindled down to just a few per year.
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