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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gribble, Leonard R. (Leonard Reginald), Famous feats of detection and deduction. Garden City, New York, Doubleday. Feats of Detection; FAMOUS FEATS OF DETECTION AND DEDUCTION. By Leonard R. Gribble. pp. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran, Co., Inc. $ In addition, the loyal Dr. Watson has faithfully recorded Holmes’s feats of extraordinary detection in such famous cases as the thrilling “The Adventure of the Red Circle,” Holmes’s tragic and fortunately premature farewell in “The Final Problem,” and the twelve baffling adventures from The Case Book of Sherlock Holmes/5(79). The Whole Art of Detection (The Science of Deduction Book 7) - Kindle edition by Norris, M.H.. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Whole Art of Detection (The Science of Deduction Book Reviews: 2.
Author of Such Lethal Ladies, Stories of famous detectives, Such women are deadly, The Case of the Marsden Rubies, Great manhunters of the Yard, The Secret of Tangles, Famous feats of detection and deduction, The Jesus of the poets. The Science of Deduction (Inference) Sherlock Holmes put his finger-tips together and leaned his elbows on the arms of his chair, like one who has a relish for conversation. “My mind,” he said, “rebels at boredom. Give me a problem to solve, give me work, and the most intricate analysis, and I am in my own proper atmosphere. Biut I. Leonard Gribble. Leonard Reginald Gribble. Leonard Gribble, born in London on February 1, and died Septem , is a British novelist policeman and spy novel. From this vast production stand out the thirty detective novels, by Leonard Gribble, whose hero is . Inside is a book that shouldn’t exist, written in the clear, copperplate hand of a man long dead (if he was ever real)–Sherlock Holmes’ The Whole Art of Detection. Dr. Baynes’ keynote speech is interrupted. A famous author has been murdered–and the crown demands she look into s: 2.
I can remember when, twenty-odd years ago, Leonard R. Gribble's "Famous Feats of Detection and Deduction" seemed a reasonably welcome volume, in an area when there were few fact - crime books . It is a book Sherlock Holmes devotees will want to savor with small samplings.” —Ben Boulden, Mystery Scene “The release of Faye’s collection of Sherlock Holmes short stories, The Whole Art of Detection, could not have come out at a better time. Quite frankly, the public cannot seem to get enough Holmes. Praise for The Whole Art of Detection: “One of the best examples of [Sherlock Holmes pastiche] that this die-hard Sherlockian has encountered Faye perfectly captures the tone and spirit of the Conan Doyle originals.”―Adam Woog, Seattle Times “A great pastiche requires an uncanny ear for Watson’s voice as well as a talent for a compelling s: Praise for The Whole Art of Detection "One of the best examples of [Sherlock Holmes pastiche] that this die-hard Sherlockian has encountered Faye perfectly captures the tone and spirit of the Conan Doyle originals."--Adam Woog, Seattle Times "A great pastiche requires an uncanny ear for Watson's voice as well as a talent for a compelling story.. Fortunately, Lyndsay Faye has plenty of.