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The red house mystery

Author: A A Milne
Publisher: Champaign, Ill. : Project Gutenberg, [199-?]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Red House Mystery is a classic "whodunit" set in an English country house. An eclectic cast of characters are gathered in the house when the owner's brother, recently arrived from Australia, is found murdered in a locked room. Two of the house guests take the investigation upon themselves and they wade almost playfully through the abundance of evidence and theories.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Fiction
Mystery fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: A A Milne
ISBN: 0585013969 9780585013961
OCLC Number: 49293350
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Title; Contents; Chapter I --
Mrs. Stevens is Frightened; Chapter II --
Mr. Gillingham Gets Out at the Wrong Station; Chapter III --
Two Men and a Body; Chapter IV --
The Brother from Australia; Chapter V --
Mr. Gillingham Chooses a New Profession; Chapter VI --
Outside or Inside?; Chapter VII --
Portrait of a Gentleman; Chapter VIII --
"Do You Follow Me, Watson?"; Chapter IX --
Possibilities of a Croquet Set; Chapter X --
Mr. Gillingham Talks Nonsense; Chapter XI --
The Reverend Theodore Ussher; Chapter XII --
A Shadow on the Wall; Chapter XIII --
The Open Window. Chapter XIV --
Mr. Beverley Qualifies for the StageChapter XV --
Mrs. Norbury Confides in Dear Mr. Gillingham; Chapter XVI --
Getting Ready for the Night; Chapter XVII --
Mr. Beverley Takes the Water; Chapter XVIII --
Guess-Work; Chapter XIX --
The Inquest; Chapter XX --
Mr. Beverley is Tactful; Chapter XXI --
Cayley's Apology; Chapter XXII --
Mr. Beverley Moves On.
Responsibility: by A.A. Milne.

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The Red House Mystery is a classic "whodunit" set in an English country house. An eclectic cast of characters are gathered in the house when the owner's brother, recently arrived from Australia, is found murdered in a locked room. Two of the house guests take the investigation upon themselves and they wade almost playfully through the abundance of evidence and theories.

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