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Monday, November 9, 2015
"Light Fun . . . Engaging Mystery"
"Much of the enjoyment of the book comes from the way it references the mystery genre, making a bit of light fun at itself while at the same time providing an engaging mystery. Agatha Christie herself even discusses at length what exactly makes a good mystery, the very same question Ronald Knox would answer with his “Decalogue of Detective Fiction” in 1929 (and thoughtfully supplied in the back of the book.)"
So says Katie Magnusson. Check out her perceptive review of The Egyptian Curse , final volume of the Enoch Hale trilogy, on the I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere website.
Posted by Doctor Dan at 12:00 AM