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  • The Crime at Black Dudley

    series Albert Campion
    Classic Crime from the Golden Age, the first in the Albert Campion Series. Margery Allingham is J.K. Rowling's favourite Golden Age author.George Abbershaw is set for a social weekend at Black Dudley manor, hosted by Wyatt Petrie and his elderly uncle Colonel Combe, who enjoys the company of Bright Young Things. With Meggie Oliphant in attendance, George looks forward to the chance of getting ... Read more

    $5.89 USD

  • Six Against the Yard

    series The Detection Club
    Six “perfect murders” by Margery Allingham, Dorothy L. Sayers, and other Golden Age Mystery authors of the Detection Club—plus an essay by Agatha Christie.Founded in England in the 1930s, the Detection Club brought together an impressive array of Golden Age Mystery authors. Their projects included The Floating Admiral, a whodunit in which twelve different writers contributed individual chapters, ... Read more

    $9.89 USD

  • The White Cottage Mystery

    Classic Crime from the Golden Age. Margery Allingham is J.K. Rowling's favourite Golden Age author.Eric Crowther collected secrets and used them as weapons. Delighting in nothing more than torturing those around him with what he knew, there is no shortage of suspects when he is found dead in the White Cottage. Chief Inspector Challenor and his son Jerry will have to look deep into everyone's past ... Read more

    $8.19 USD

  • Dance of the Years

    Published as The Galantrys in America, Dance of the Years is one of Margery Allingham's oft overlooked novels. Originally published in 1943, it is a fictionalised account of Allingham's family heritage, which she insisted as the closest records of the facts.First published in 1943, Dance of the Years centres on the birth and growth of James, the fictional representative of Margery's great ... Read more

    $5.89 USD

  • The Adventures of Margery Allingham

    by Julia Jones ...
    So, was there a corpse underneath the sofa?A visiting friend once said to Margery Allingham: 'My dear Marge, although you write crime novels, you do have a dainty drawing room!' 'What did she expect?' Margery wondered. 'Did she think I would keep a corpse under my sofa?'Margery Allingham, the creator of Albert Campion, is one of detective fiction's greatest "Queens of Crime". From the late 1920s ... Read more

    $6.90 USD

  • Acknowledgments

    Winner of the CWA Margery Allingham Short Story Competition

    Martin Edward's 'Acknowledgments' is the winning story of the Crime Writers' Association Margery Allingham Short Story Competition, 2014. Julia Jones, one of the founders and judges of the competition, called it a 'worthy first winner' and said that Allingham 'would have loved it'.Bloomsbury Reader is delighted to be publishing this deserving winner alongside two additional short crime stories ... Read more

    $1.29 USD

  • Bodies from the Library 2: Forgotten Stories of Mystery and Suspense by the Queens of Crime and other Masters of Golden Age Detection

    This anthology of rare stories of crime and suspense brings together 15 tales from the Golden Age of Detective Fiction for the first time in book form, including a newly discovered Gervase Fen novella by Edmund Crispin that has never previously been published.With the Golden Age of detective fiction shining ever more brightly thanks to the recent reappearance of many forgotten crime novels, Bodies ... Read more

    $9.99 USD

  • Death of a Ghost

    John Sebastian Lafcadio’s ambition to be known as the greatest painter since Rembrandt was not to be thwarted by a matter as trifling as his own death.A set of twelve sealed paintings is left in the hands of his widow, together with the instruction that she unveil one canvas each year before a carefully selected audience.Albert Campion is invited to join a cast of gadabouts, muses, and socialites ... Read more

    $5.49 USD

  • No Love Lost

    Comprising of two short novellas, No Love Lost is a thrilling work of suspense.The Patient at Peacocks Hall: Dr Ann Fowler is a young doctor who has dedicated her life to medicine in the wake of heartbreak, after losing her childhood sweetheart to movie star Francia Forde. Until one day, when Francia Forde arrives in Ann's hometown under the strangest of circumstances. As events unravel, Ann finds ... Read more

    $5.89 USD

  • Mystery Mile

    series Albert Campion
    Classic Crime from the Golden Age, the second in the Albert Campion Series. Margery Allingham is J.K. Rowling's favourite Golden Age author.Albert Campion is sailing home when he saves the life of fellow passenger, Judge Crowdy Lobbett. Hunted by the notoriously deadly Simister gang, it seems as though the judge's troubles have followed him from America.Determined to catch the infamous gang leader ... Read more

    $5.89 USD

  • Blackkerchief Dick

    First published in 1923, this is Margery Allingham's first novel, written at the age of nineteen.Preceding her much adored Albert Campion series, Blackkerchief Dick is a standalone novel that showcases the author's raw and evergreen writing. Centring on a group of smugglers on Mersea Island in the 17th century, Allingham explores how true love and friendship can be found in the darkest of places ... Read more

    $5.89 USD

  • Adventures of Margery Allingham

    by Julia Jones ...
    Margery Allingham is one of detective fiction's greatest &quote;Queens of Crime&quote;. From the late 1920s until her death in 1966 she produced a series of novels as deliciously humorous as they are surreally strange. Friends and fans alike remember her warmth and wit; few sensed the fear and depression that tormented her. ... Read more

    $6.90 USD