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A Golden Age Detective Review
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Over at the "M.E.Mayer" blog Mary reviews a Golden Age Detective novel (freely available online) from 1922: The Red Redmaynes (1922) by Eden Phillpotts.

Scotland Yard Detective Mark Brendon is on holiday and while on his way to fish in an abandoned quarry on Dartmoor meets a lady whose looks strike him more than somewhat. Then a man appears, chats about fishing, and tells him about a couple building a bungalow not far from the quarry. Four days later the husband of the couple is found murdered and the finger of suspicion is pointed at his uncle-in-law, a man fitting the description of Mr Fish Chatter. And what's more, the striking lady turns out to be the murdered man's widow.....

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