Inicio Etiquetas Detectives

Etiqueta: detectives

A wild, wet place in the south-west of England. A place where it is easy to get lost, and to fall into the soft green earth which can pull the strongest man down to his death. A man is running for his life. Behind him comes an enormous dog...

The Enemy

On a beautiful summer evening in the quiet town of Marlow, a young woman is walking home from church. She passes a man who is looking at the engine of his car. He turns round, smiles at her . . . and throws acid into her face. Then her...

Goldfish

The Leander pearls were stolen nineteen years ago. The thief was caught, but the pearls were never found, and there is still a $25,000 reward for anyone who finds them. Then somebody comes to private detective Carmady with a story about a guy who knows where the pearls are...

Crime Never Pays

Clare West collects and edits the present antology of murder: “Crime Never Pays”. The unlawful, intentional killing of a human being - a terrible crime. But murder stories are always fascinating. Who did it? And how? Or why? And was it murder, or just only an accident? Who will...

The Munich Connection

Peter Cooper presents us to Robert Scott, Chief Superintendent of Police at Scotland Yard, the pólice headquarters in London. In “The Munich Connection” relate that one day of December the pone rings. It’s Detective John Lane from Wembley, an old friend of Scott’s. ‘But tisis the business…’, Lane tells him....
"Inspector Thackeray Arrives" tells us about three adventures of the detective. He has to find the criminal. That's not easy, but the criminal makes several mistakes. Can you see the mistakes? Can you find the criminals?

The Black Cat

Salahadin is an inspector in the Egyptian police. His job is to protect Egyptian antiquitions. An antiquition is something which is very old, and archeologists studies them. One day, Salahadin's friend who is an archeolohgist was going to visit him. Salahadin waited him, but he is murdered. In his...

Where Is Bill Ojo?

Bill Ojo is a Young policeman. An old woman telephones him. She wants help. Bill goes to see her, but he does not come back. Inspector Holt must find before anything happens. While… “Where Is Bill Ojo?”
In “Three Sherlock Holmes Adventures”, Arthur Conan Doyle offers us the narrations that John H. Watson (‘Elemental, dear Watson’) review one and another time on the Holmes’s adventures. This book contains: “Silver Blaze”, “Thor Bridge” and “The Stockbroker’s Clerk”.

The Grey Rider

'He's dead! 'He's dead!' said the girl. Julia Forbes put one hand on the front of the Grey Rider's coat. Then she looked at her hand. It was wet and red. Who killed "The Grey Rider"? A murder mystery with a difference: several possible killers, a dividided family and...