1 edition of An Elizabeth Daly mystery omnibus found in the catalog.
An Elizabeth Daly mystery omnibus
|LC Classifications||PZ3.D17744 Ak|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||308, 245, 245 p.|
|Number of Pages||308|
|LC Control Number||60008189|
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An Elizabeth Daly mystery omnibus: Three Henry Gamadge novels: Murders in volume 2. Evidence of things seen. The book of the dead [Elizabeth Daly] on *FREE* shipping on. Elizabeth Daly. Elizabeth Daly wrote a series of sixteen novels about the investigations of Henry Gamadge, a wealthy New York gentleman who is interested in the mysteries associated with old books and manuscripts.
His wealth allowed Gamadge the leisure to pursue his interests in literature and crime. Inat the age of sixty-two, Daly took up writing and published her first novel. She went on to become one of the most prolific crime writers of the s, publishing an additional fifteen mystery novels.
All of her books follow the adventures of the same main character, Henry Gamadge. She received an Edgar Award for her body of work. Overview. Elizabeth Daly was a very highly regarded American mystery writer, creator of the fictional Henry Gamadge: bibliophile, specialist in antiquarian books and papers for the type of literary mystery that involves the analysis of old inks and papers, and occasionally (at least 16 times) drawn by circumstances to become involved in the investigation of a more traditional mystery.
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Elizabeth Daly. HENRY GAMADGE MYSTERY SERIES: Main Character: Henry Gamadge, Author, Rare Book Expert, New York. Elizabeth Daly () published her first mystery in and released 15 more in quick succession, the last one in Mystery Writers of America referred to her as “the grande dame of women mystery writers” when awarding her a “Special Edgar” in The Golden Age of Detection Wiki states: “Daly works in the footsteps of Jane Austen, offering an extraordinarily clear.
Elizabeth Daly () published her first mystery novel at the age of sixty-two, then went on to write fifteen more mysteries in a charming series set in s New York, in a style reminiscent of the British Golden Age: They feature a gentleman sleuth who is a rare books expert and handwriting specialist and who solves crimes in his free time.
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Elizabeth Daly was an American mystery writer known for her superbly plotted stories. Born in New York, Daly went to Bryn Mawr College, Colombia, and Pennsylvania University.
She worked as a French and English tutor and was awarded an Edgar for her debut Henry Gamadge series. This omnibus edition contains volumes 7, 8, and 9 of Love Hina. Includes special extras after the story. Categories: Comics & Graphic Novels A Large Dictionary.
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Author: Fred Gallagher. Publisher: Dark Horse Comics ISBN: Category: COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS Page: View: The Henry Gamadge book series by Elizabeth Daly includes books Unexpected Night, Deadly Nightshade, Murders In Volume Two, and several more.
See the complete Henry Gamadge series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. Books All Categories Amazon Devices Amazon Fashion Amazon Global Store Appliances Automotive Parts & Accessories Baby Beauty & Personal Care Books Computer & Accessories Electronics Gift Cards Grocery & Gourmet Food Health, Household & Baby Care Home & Business Services Home & Garden Kitchen & Dining Luggage & Travel Gear Musical Instruments Format: Mass Market Paperback.
Murders in Volume 2 () was the sole Henry Gamadge book to remain out of print for decades. In the late s when Bantam reprinted Daly's books in order to capitalize on Agatha Christie's admission that Daly was her favorite American mystery writer it.
[myvo] Daly, Elizabeth. Murders in Volume 2. [Henry Gamadge] First published in book form in A nice bit of antiquarian mystery centering on a missing volume from an undistinguished set of Byron published in Philadelphia before ; the kind of set that no one could possibly be interested in.
The obvious ones would be Dorothy Sayers, with her splendid Peter Wimsey Margery Allingham (Albert Campion) and Ngaio Marsh Roderick Alleyn.
All very much of the same type although perhaps Sayers is a little more difficult to worth the effort other two are easier reads and I should think with over 60 books to go at they should keep you going for a while. Get this from a library! An Elizabeth Daly mystery omnibus: three Henry Gamadge novels: Murders in volume 2.
Evidence of things seen. The book of the dead. [Elizabeth Daly]. The Book of the CrimeElizabeth DalyOriginally Published Henry Gamadge #16Preceded by Death and Letters I have expressed the enormous sense of envy I feel towards several of my blogging chums who are able to pop down to a market stall or a charity book shop and happen upon actual vintage mysteries.
The few secondhand bookstores near me rarely have.Agatha Christie considered Elizabeth Daly one of her favorite mystery writers. The style of the book is very similar to Christie's own work. It is definitely a period piece depicting the life of wealthy New York during the 40's. However, it is very well done and very accurate in it's descriptions.
Daly's detective Henry Gamadge is an /5(16).