[Read] ➼ The Emperor's Snuff-Box ➹ John Dickson Carr – Sunkgirls.info

[Read] ➼ The Emperor's Snuff-Box ➹ John Dickson Carr – Sunkgirls.info Beside The Dead Body Of Sir Maurice Lawes Are The Shattered Fragments Of A Snuff Box That Once Belonged To Napoleon These Fragments Tell A Tale, Or Rather Two Tales, One True And One False Now, An English Expert In Criminology Forces The Evidence To Tell The Truth About What Happened And To Point Out The Real Murderer


10 thoughts on “The Emperor's Snuff-Box

  1. Tracy Tracy says:

    For fans of Midsomer Murders, this could easily be an episode straight out of the series I definitely did not predict who the murderer was or how the murder happened I think the characters could have used a bitdevelopment and ther


  2. Ryan Ryan says:

    Finally, I have read a John Dickson Carr book This has been one of those authors I ve been wanting to read for a very long time, and now that I ve finally done it, I can see myself reading a lotThis was a mystery that was carefully crafte


  3. Lynne King Lynne King says:

    I became hooked on John Dickson Carr when I read The Devil in Velvet His best books were written in the Golden Age of detective fiction, the 1920s, 1930s and early 40s.The author always left a clue in his books as to who had committed the murder


  4. Robin Winter Robin Winter says:

    A neat murder mystery with the main clues hidden in plain sight and a snarky author s voice Dated, especially in respect to the main female characters, but I had an enjoyable time with it.


  5. Theunis Snyman Theunis Snyman says:

    Actually seven stars, if that is possible A masterpiece This is the third time that I ve read the book and even though I knew who the murderer was I still could not put it down And when I was finished I looked at the ebook version and read the first chapter agai


  6. Lisa Kucharski Lisa Kucharski says:

    After a facebook posting about this book, exclaiming a twist that was quite good I decided to pick up this Carr book The detective is not one of the three common ones and while this take place in France, the people are English Since I was on the lookout I spent a great


  7. Colin Colin says:

    Cracking mid era tale from Dickson Carr.No Merrivale or Fell or even a locked room this time but a page turner of a mystery none the less.Its fairly clued throughout and comes highly recommended


  8. Tracey Tracey says:

    A wickedly clever plot from John Dickson Carr One star deducted as I think the final romantic scene was a bit too cheesy.


  9. Eric_W Eric_W says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Good light reading John Dickson Carr wrote many detective stories under several different pseudonyms The Emperor s SnuffBox is representative of the fine stories he created It s based on the classic conundrum of th


  10. J.V. Seem J.V. Seem says:

    Eve Neill divorces her husband, only to find him creeping back into her house at night, with the intention of trying to win her back While they argue, they witness the man in the house opposite get his head smashed in while sitting at his desk by the window, studying a newly acquired antique.First of


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