The Mystery of a Hansom Cab
by Fergus Hume
Publisher: eBooks@Adelaide 2010
On the twenty-seventh day of July, at the hour of twenty minutes to two o’clock in the morning, a hansom cab drove up to the police station in Grey Street, St. Kilda, and the driver made the startling statement that his cab contained the body of a man who he had reason to believe had been murdered.
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by Fergus Hume - eBooks@Adelaide
This well-done murder mystery was acclaimed by the New York Times Book Review. It begins with a rich old woman found death in her chair and not a clue to the murderer. Then so many clues turn up that even the story-book detective is bewildered.
by Fergus Hume - Ward, Lock
From where the three stood on the ivy-clothed and moss-grown terrace, stretched an oblong space of ground, surrounded by lofty walls of black brick, looking all the more dreary for lack of creeping plants to hide their bareness ...
by Fergus Hume - G. W. Dillingham Company
This book is quite up to the level of the high standard which Mr. Hume has set for himself in 'The Mystery of a Hansom Cab' and 'The Rainbow Feather'. It is a brilliant, stirring adventure, showing the author's prodigious inventiveness.
by Fergus Hume - Sampson Low, Marston & Co
A mystery thriller set in England and India concerning a golden bracelet, a sacred ornament taken from a Hindu idol, worn by a young English gentleman born and raised in India. Fergusson Wright Hume was a prolific English novelist.