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The Eyes of Max Carrados by Ernest Bramah
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The Eyes of Max Carrados (1923)

by Ernest Bramah

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The Wordsworth edition The Eyes of Max Carrados ISBN 9781840227017/184022701X contains all three books in the Max Carrados series and is distinct from the second volume in the series which has the same title.
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Max Carrados is one of the most unusual detectives in all fiction. He is blind - and yet he has developed his other faculties to such an amazing degree that they more than compensate for his lack of sight. 'Lose one sense and the others, touch, taste, smell, hearing improve...with a little dedicated training. ' Carrados can read a newspaper headline with the touch of his fingers, detect a man wearing a false moustache because 'he carries a five yard aura of spirit gum' and shoot a villain by aiming at the sound of his beating heart. Assisted by his sharp-eyed manservant, Parker, Carrados is the mystery-solver par excellence. Here is a collection of the best of Max Carrados, a set of stories featuring a series of baffling puzzles to challenge the greatest of detectives. They are written by Ernest Bramah with great wit, style and panache. This is vintage crime fiction at its best.… (more)

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