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Ronald Howard stars as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's beloved detective in these four episodes from the 1954 television production. Episodes included "Imposter Mystery," "Secret Weapon," "Winthrop Legend," and "Woman in a Green Dress". Interactive menus, Scene index, Digitally mastered.
Detective Jeffrey Bones is at a football game with Grandpa and his friend Sally. With Grandpa's lucky shirt and hat, their favorite team is sure to win. But when Grandpa throws his hat in the air after a touchdown, it disappears, and it could be anywhere in the stadium Can Bones use his detective bag and his sharp mind to solve this mystery of the missing hat?
With his bag of detective tools in hand, Detective Jeffrey Bones can solve any mystery. Good thing, because Mr. Green has lost his school bus! Will Detective Bones be able to solve the case? Find out in this Level 3 reader!
All in a day's work First, Detective Dinosaur solves the mystery of the missing hat. Then he cracks the case of the squeaky shoe. Then he goes on night patrol, and spots a scary shadow in a dark alley. Can it be a monster? Help Detective Dinosaur follow the clues and find out
Hair, Hair, Everywhere Someone's been digging up Mrs. Ruston's tomatoes. She thinks it's Noelle's dog, Rover, and unless Noelle can find the real thief, Rover's in big trouble. It's the hairiest case yet for Mr. Merlin's Third-Grade Detectives. Hair in Mrs. Ruston's tomato patch, hair in Amber Lee's hamburger - can Noelle and Todd comb through the evidence and solve the mystery?
Join detective Judy Drewdy to create a way-official detective kit, solve six mini-mysteries, and sharpen real-and-actual sleuth skills. Chock-full of advice for the would-be sleuth and bursting with activities, here is an uber RARE diversion for fans of Judy and for anyone who loves a good mystery. "The Great Class Heist" is just one of the whodunits tackled by Judy Drewdy and agents Dills Pickle (aka Frank), Spuds Houdini (Rocky), and James Madagascar (Stink), who need readers help in cracking these addition to six solve-it-yourself missions, kids can get in the mood to: Create a detective kitSketch suspectsTest powers of observationPuzzle through ridonkulus logic puzzlesWrite super-sneaky codesAnd more "
Very good. Inner pages are very clean & unmarked except for 2 tiny spots on 1st page; fore edge shows a faint smudge; binding is tight; covers like new. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. Audience: General/trade. In this great edition to the series, Australian half-aboriginal police detective "Bony" Bonaparte sets off across the Australian desert with just two camels and a dog, in search of a missing woman.
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"Martin Kane Private Eye" aired live on NBC from 1949-'54 and earned an Emmy(R) nomination in 1953 as Best Mystery, Action or Adventure Program. In 1957, the series was revived as a syndicated series with William Gargan reprising the title role. Starring William Gargan, Walter Greaza, Walter Kinsella and Harold J. Stone. "Boston Blackie" had been a popular film series throughout the 1940s, so it was only natural that the crime-fighting character come to television.
Sherlock Holmes's sister, Enola, is back on another case Enola Holmes is being hunted by the world's most famous detective?her own brother, Sherlock Holmes. But while she is on the run in the world's biggest, darkest, dirtiest city, she discovers a hidden cache of charcoal drawings and feels as if she is a soul mate to the girl who drew them. But that girl, Lady Cecily, has disappeared without a trace.
The spirit of giving takes a twisty turn as Andy schemes to give Granny Webb the best present ever-and ends up with a mystery on his hands. It's Andy Shane and Granny Webb's unbirthday, and Andy has thought of just the right gift for Granny Webb: a case to hold her beloved binoculars. The only problem is that Andy has no money. But with the help of his friend Dolores Starbuckle, he comes up with the perfect plan-a barn sale And sure enough, the determined duo sells enough stuff to afford the binoculars case-but now where are the binoculars? The endearing Andy Shane and his enterprising pal Dolores call on their best detective skills in this witty mystery story.
GOOD Trade Paperback-9780062569509 kc [COFFIN, BRUCE ROBERT] A DETECTIVE BYRON MYSTERY.
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A compelling argument that connects the lost treasure of the Knights Templar to the mysterious money pit on Oak Island, Nova Scotia, that has baffled treasure hunters for two centuries Fascinating occult detective work linking the Cathars, the Scotti
Out damned spot! As her wedding to detective Cas Wolfe approaches, Candyce "Dyce" Dare, sole owner (and employee) of the furniture refinishing business Daring Finds desperately needs to find something to do to avoid sitting down and planning the event with her mother and her best friend (particularly since she suspects their plans involve having her cat dress in a tuxedo).
New Mystery. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. New. Three pages have small creases at the bottom corners. First in a New Series.
A collection of rare TV master pilots and theatrical short subjects. Presented in Black And White.
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The tranquillity of a tight-knit neighbourhood in Victorian Toronto is shattered when a young girl becomes the next victim in a string of robberies, missing persons and murder. Why is her father acting so strangely? Could he somehow be involved? Are the two murders and the disappearance of a neighbour connected? Detective Albert Hodgins travels east to Kingston and north to the tiny hamlet of Pine Grove looking for answers.
The world is perfect. After his undercover operation resulted in two bullets ripping through his body, Lt. Grady Rivers is more determined than ever to see the case through. Despite the objections of Commissioner Baxton, Grady wants to go back undercove
The antique quilt was exquisitely embroidered with flowers and leaves. A labour of love, Bronwen thought. Until she discovered a darker purpose to the quilt's design. Sixteen year old Cat asks textile artist Bronwen Jones for help in uncovering the histor
The Winemaker Detective leaves his native Bordeaux to go to Burgundy for a dream wine tasting trip to France's other key wine-making region. Between Beaune, Dijon and Nuits-Saint-Georges, it urns into a troubling nightmare when he stumbles upon a mystery revolving around messages from another era. What do they mean? What dark secrets from the deep past are haunting the Clos de Vogeot? Does blood need to be shed to sharpen people's memory? A made-for-TV series.
Be A Detective How did Sherluck know Willy Whippet was telling a lie? Who stole Bingo the clown's circus costume? What was the mystery behind Charlie Collie's wacky invention? Sherluck Bones, the world's greatest detective, can solve any m
Lucy is Franklin's youngest detective and like all good detectives she is always ready for any big mystery to come her way. Including the town's missing mayor. Whereas some towns people say he just packed up and left others speak of only his ghost but for
The eerie stories of Edgar Allan Poe remain amongst the most influential works of American fiction. The celebrated tales found in this collection include two of the finest detective stories - Murders in the Rue Morgue and The Purloined Letter - and others
The clues are in, the chase is on, and the case of the century is about to break wide open in Disney's greatest little mystery in history! Let the creators of "Aladdin" and "The Little Mermaid" take you on an adventuresome journey through the cobblestone streets of 1897 London, where some suspicious "mousechief" is the suspenseful start to this thrilling musical adventure.
One of England's most acclaimed younger mystery writers, the creator of Detective Aurelio Zen, gives us a brilliant and haunting variation on the classic drawing-room murder novel. The setting is Eventide Lodge, where the guests have gathered for tea. Colonel Weatherby is reading by the fire. Mrs. Hargreave III is whiling away her time at patience. And Miss Rosemary Travis and her friend, Dorothy, are wondering which of their housemates will be the next to die.
The following pages narrate a story of detective experience, which, in many respects, is alike peculiar and interesting, and one which evinces in a marked degree the correctness of one of the cardinal principles of my detective system, viz.: "That crime can and must be detected by the pure and honest heart obtaining a controlling power over that of the criminal.
The private-detective business starts out badly for former Phoenix Deputy David Mapstone, who has teamed up with his old friend and boss, Sheriff Mike Peralta. Their first client is gunned down just after hiring them. The case: A suspicious death investigation involving a young Arizona woman who fell from a condo tower in San Diego. The police call Grace Hunter's death a suicide, but the client doesn't buy it.
The Violet Crow: A Bruno X Psychic Detective Mystery
"Detective Dee And The Mystery Of The Phantom Flame": A bizarre murder mystery brings together the most powerful woman in China, the soon-to-be-Empress Wu Zetian (Carina Lau, "Curiosity Kills the Cat"), and a formerly exiled detective, Dee Renjie (Andy Lau, "Three Kingdoms: Resurrection of the Dragon"), at the infamous Imperial Palace. Hoping that he will solve the crime before her coronation, Wu appoints Dee Chief Judge of the Empire and implores him to combine his indisputable wisdom with his unparalleled martial arts skills to save the future of her dynasty.
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In the pages which follow I have narrated a story of actual occurrence. No touch of fiction obscures the truthful recital. The crime which is here detailed was actually committed, and under the circumstances which I have related. The four young men, whose
The murder: At a high-security military complex in Colorado, a computer War Game ends with the brutal death of a programmer. The suspects: The seven other Gamers, all of whom have their own motives. The mystery: The victim was murdered in a sealed room th
P.D. James, the undisputed queen of mystery, gives us an intriguing, inspiring and idiosyncratic look at the genre she has spent her life perfecting. Examining mystery from top to bottom, beginning with such classics as Charles Dickens's "Bleak House" and Wilkie Collins's "The Woman in White," and then looking at such contemporary masters as Colin Dexter and Henning Mankell, P.
Part detective story, part wine history, this is one juicy tale, even for those with no interest in the fruit of the vine. . As delicious as a true vintage Lafite." -BusinessWeek The Billionaire's Vinegar tells the true story of a 1787 Chateau Lafite Bordeaux-supposedly owned by Thomas Jefferson-that sold for $156,000 at auction and of the eccentrics whose lives intersected with it.
A hilarious spoof on the classic country-house murder mystery, from the Russian masters of sci-fiâ never before translated When Inspector Peter Glebsky arrives at the remote ski chalet on vacation, the last thing he intends to do is get involved in any police work. Heâ s there to ski, drink brandy, and loaf around in blissful solitude. But he hadnâ t counted on the other vacationers, an eccentric bunch including a famous hypnotist, a physicist with a penchant for gymnastic feats, a sulky teenager of indeterminate gender, and the mysterious Mr.
Everyone loves a good murder mystery. The two names that always come up when talking about this genre are Agatha Christie and Sherlock Holmes. Our programs here go behind the fiction to the real world people and places which shaped these wonderful masterpieces of literature that have withstood the test of time. Includes: "Agatha Christie" - For many people, Agatha Christie is the Queen of Crime Fiction, but her very popularity has often been at the heart of criticisms leveled at her literary style.
Kai Cooke comes to the Volcano House for his strangest case yet-protecting the CEO of a geothermal venture from the wrath of Pele, legendary goddess of volcanoes. Rex Ransom is here in Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park to attend the funeral for his second e
A suicide note found in a locked room. A shard of glass buried in a scoop of whipped potatoes. A pickle jar filled with poisonous spiders. Precious jewels yanked off of a woman's neck but left at her feet. It's just a week in the life of Damon Lassard whe
An Ethel Thomas Detective Story When someone, in a response to an approaching storm, said that it would be a good night for a murder, no one expected one to happen. But the residents of Hidden Harbor find themselves cut off from the mainland with ele
The companion volume to The Darker Sex and The Dreaming Sex, this absorbing anthology of early women's crime fiction belongs on the bookshelf of any serious crime fanMany of the leading writers of crime fiction are womenâ Agatha Christie, Ruth Rendell et alâ but it still comes as a surprise to many that the first full-length detective novel was by one Metta Fuller whose The Dead Letter, under the alias Seeley Regester, appeared as far back as 1866, predating Wilkie Collins' The Moonstone by two years.
Praise for The Night Detectives. "The partnership of secretive, pensive Peralta and anguished, impetuous Mapstone is intriguing." -Kirkus Reviews Former Phoenix Deputy David Mapstone and his old friend Sheriff Mike Peralta are investigating the death of a young Arizona woman who fell from a condo tower in San Diego. The police call Grace Hunter's death a suicide, but their client-her brother-doesn't buy it.
Authors undertake a difficult task when they attempt to create a compelling mystery that "plays fair" with readers. The Plot Genie: Detective-Mystery supplement can aide you, like a loyal sidekick and raconteur In this volume, Wycliffe A. Hill presents n
In our first set of episodes with Charlotte Cartier, we meet an amateur at detective work. She is a young Christian teen with a bit of rebel inside of her. The novel is called Charlotte's Hummock. That one sparks from symbolic memoir. This second novel, C
CD/Spoken Word, Blackstone Audio Inc, 2004, ISBN13 9780792734031, ISBN10 0792734033
The Detectives solve a 60-year old mystery as they dive on the wreck of a submarine sunk off Scotland. Armed with the latest underwater technology, driven by boundless curiosity and steeled with courage, the "Deep Sea Detectives" travel the globe to visit long-lost shipwrecks and other enticing treasures of the deep. With their incredible expertise and experience, John Chatterton and the other Detectives bring tales to the surface that have been submerged for generations.
At the dawn of the 20th century, Detective William Murdoch (Yannick Bisson, "Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye") solves Toronto's trickiest cases with scientific insight and ingenuity in this award-winning mystery series. From flying early aircraft to infiltrating nudist communities, consulting with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to helping a young Winston Churchill, Murdoch has always been a man ahead of his time.
When plotting a murder (figuratively speaking), the mystery writer has at hand any number of M.O.s, including such tried and true conventions as the locked room, the unbreakable alibi, the double bluff, and the mistaken identity. Now, in Murderous Schemes
Solve the Mystery - Solve fun and intricate cases ranging from pure fun to brain teasers, all while gathering clues that will lead you to the ultimate mystery. Follow leads and explore the town. Piece together clues in fun mini-games like Spot the Difference, Tangram Match, Fingerprinting, and much more. Take photographs as events unfold. Question witnesses to find out who, what, when, where, and why.
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The locked room mystery is one of the iconic creations of popular fiction. Michael Cook's critical study reveals how this archetypal form of the puzzle story has had a significant effect in shaping the immensely popular genre of detective fiction. The booki