2 edition of Mary Roberts Rinehart"s mystery book found in the catalog.
Mary Roberts Rinehart"s mystery book
Mary Roberts Rinehart
|Other titles||Mystery book., The circular staircase., The man in lower ten., The case of Jennie Brice.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||344|
The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Mary Roberts Rinehart (Rinehart, Mary Roberts, ) Online books about this author are available, as is a Wikipedia article.. Rinehart, Mary Roberts, Affinities (and other stories; New York: George H. Doran Company, c) (multiple formats at ) Rinehart, Mary Roberts, The After House (Gutenberg text). After the last book, I did promise that I would cleanse my palate with something truly classic and well-written. Well, one out of two isn’t bad. When I saw a Mary Roberts Rinehart’s novel on Net Galley, I couldn’t believe my luck. My mother introduced me to her books back in my pre-teen days – that.
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Mary Roberts Rinehart is perhaps best known for writing The Circular Staircase. Included in this book are three of her other works. Although Mary Roberts Rineharts mystery book book stories were written about a century ago, they still read well and are quite interesting as a glimpse into what life was like then/5(31).
Mary Roberts Rinehart Crime Book: The Door the Confession and the Red Lamp [Rinehart, Mary Roberts] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Mary Roberts Rinehart Crime Book: The Door the Confession and the Red Lamp I was delighted to be able to get several of Mary Roberts Rhineharts great mystery stories in one book.
From my 5/5(5). The Door: A Mystery Novel [Mary Roberts Rinehart] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Door: A Mystery Novel.
Looking for books by Mary Roberts Rinehart. See all books authored by Mary Roberts Rinehart, including The Circular Staircase, and Best Mysteries of Mary Roberts Rinehart: Four Complete Novels by America's First Lady of Mystery, and more on Much like the last Mary Roberts Rinehart book I read, The After House, the setting is what dictates the story.
Pittsburgh in the early part of the last century tended to flood every Spring. The problem was all the water, the Allegheny and the Mon /5(). Mary Roberts Rinehart has often been called the mistress of mystery.
In fact, the phrase "The butler did it" originated in one of her books. In Rinehart entered a field exclusive to men: detective fiction/5. Mary Roberts Rinehart’s Crime Book ’33; Haunted Lady ’42; Episode of the Wandering Knife ’50 (aka The Wandering Knife) Locked Doors.
STAND ALONES: The Circular Staircase (aka The Bat) The Man in Lower Ten The Window at the White Cat Where There’s a Will The Case of Jennie Brice The Red Lamp (American Mystery Classics) by Rinehart, Mary Roberts and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Mystery Lamp by Mary Roberts Rinehart - AbeBooks Passion for books.
Sign OnMy AccountBasket Help. Door: A Mystery novel [Mary Roberts Rinehart] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Rinehart was a prolific and popular writer from the time that her first mystery appeared in until her death in the 's.
She wrote romances and non-fiction also, but is best remembered for her mysteries. She's frequently compared to her contemporary Agatha Christie, but I 4/5(69). The Fourth Mystery Book book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
Six short ts:The lipstick / by Mary Roberts Rineh. Mary Roberts Rinehart (–) was one of the United States’s most popular early mystery authors.
Born in Pittsburgh to a clerk at a sewing machine agency, Rinehart trained as a nurse and married a doctor after her graduation from nursing : Road. Mary Roberts Rinehart was a prolific American writer of popular mysteries.
The Circular Staircase includes all the elements of the classic whodunit – mysterious events, ghostly apparitions, things that go bump in the night and murder. Looking for another good book?Brand: TLC BOOKS. Considered to be the inventor of the 'had I but know' school of mystery novels with the publication of The Circular Staircase, Rinehart is also credited with creating the phrase 'the butler did it' which is not exactly used in her novel The Door ().
Mary Roberts Rinehart's Mystery Book by Rinehart, Mary Roberts A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions.
The dust jacket is missing. I've finished reading The Confession by Mary Roberts Rinehart. I think this is the third time I've read it through the years. Miss Rinehart was a master of suspense. The book drew the reader along, disclosing clues as the story progressed, until the ending which tied everything together.
Needless to/5(). Mary Roberts Rinehart's Mystery Book: The Circular Staircase, The Man in Lower Ten, The Case of Jennie Brice, The Confession by Rinehart, Mary Roberts.
The Circular Staircase is a mystery novel by American writer Mary Roberts Rinehart. The story follows dowager Rachel Innes as she thwarts a series of strange crimes at a summer house she has rented with her niece and nephew.
The novel was Rinehart's first bestseller and established her as one of the era's most popular writers. Mary Roberts Rinehart's mystery book by Mary Roberts Rinehart,Rinehart edition, in English.
THE AFTER HOUSE IS A FAST MOVING THRILLER MURDER MYSTERY!. A Story of Love, Mystery and a Private Yacht. A great read. Pages In Paperback. A perfectly gruesome thriller with loads of an apt book for the faint hearted. When three people are murdered on a yacht everyone must watch their back as the murderer is still on board.
The NOOK Book (eBook) of the THE BAT (A MYSTERY THRILLER NOVEL) by Mary Roberts Rinehart at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help.Written in this is an early mystery, written by Mary Roberts Rinehart ( ), a prolific American author.
The story revolves around Rachel Innes, who rents a house in the country, for her and her two adult wards – Halsey and Gertrude. It soon becomes clear that Rachel (or ‘Aunt Ray’) is o/5(K).My first Mary Roberts Rinehart novel and likely not my last, though she is not as skilled a mystery writer as Agatha Christie, in my opinion.
I enjoyed this book, though I found the plot a little convoluted, the murders too numerous, and the ending abrupt (this was the first whodunit I’ve read in which the name of the killer wasn’t revealed /5(43).