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Tantsija traavli juhtum : [romaan] (original 1934; edition 1996)
by Erle Stanley Gardner, Kaisa-Kitri Niit (Tolkija), Juhan Enniko (Illustreerija), Juri Kallas (Eessona Autor)
The Case of the Curious Bride by Erle Stanley Gardner (1934)
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I just like Perry Mason mysteries. They are cleverly plotted and give a great insight into the times in which they were written. Very enjoyable. This particular one didn't have any glaring un-PC moments like some that I've read. A nice diversion.
I didn't notice this was one of ESG's earlier works until after. Solidly written, gripping drama and as usual, an unusual, and this time, also an emotional plot twist!
Sneaky Perry Mason. I'm enjoying this series as a break from my more usual detective stories. The willingness to lie, mislead, and otherwise confuse in order to defend his client is both amusing to watch and depressing to think about.
"You've talked with your wife before coming here? She knows you're consulting me?"
"I don't know just how to explain it so you'll understand."
"I don't know how I can understand unless you do explain it."
"I'd have to begin at the beginning and tell you the whole story."
"I thought that's what you were doing."
"I was trying to."
"Well, go ahead."
"She tried to drug me."
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Perry Mason (Book 5)
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The Case of the Caretaker's Cat | The Case of the Curious Bride | The Case of the Howling Dog by Erle Stanley Gardner
The Case of the Velvet Claws | The Case of the Curious Bride | The Case of the Baited Hook by Erle Stanley Gardner
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Perry Mason lives on in the perennially popular courtroom classics that put legal thrillers on the map. Case closed!
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Melvil Decimal System (DDC)813.52 — Literature English (North America) American fiction 20th Century 1900-1944
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