Watching For The Green Flash
by R.T. Hamilton Brown
Publisher: Smashwords 2012
Number of pages: 162
'Watching For The Green Flash' is a mystery with subtle overtones of humor, well, maybe not so subtle at that. A wee bit of a road trip, and a totally wild and crazy read. Recommended for anyone who hates complicated stories that require a score card to keep track of all the players.
Home page url
Download or read it online for free here:
by J.S. Fletcher - ManyBooks
This is a quite readable and well-plotted murder mystery without the customary clever detective who puts it all together. Instead the plot unrolls before the reader as it happens, but not without a few surprises and interesting twists.
by Earl Derr Biggers - Feedbooks
From the pen of the creator of the famous Chinese detective, Charlie Chan -- a murder mystery in San Francisco and the only clue is a birthday cake with 50 candles. Along with the puzzle, there is a little dash of romance to keep the plot moving.
by Willard F. Baker - Cupples & Leon Company
Bob Dexter had been through many strenuous experiences to be turned aside at the thought of a dead man. It was right in the line of Bob's ambition. He had determined to become a detective, and here seemed right at hand a mystery that needed solving.
by William J. Flynn - The James A. McCann Co.
... Mrs. Conners raised the coat. Quickly she let it drop and screamed. There was a man's body crushed into the barrel. The body was in a doubled-up position, both feet and one hand sticking over the rim of the barrel ...