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Let Ellery Queen clue you in on his special brand of high tension, brain-teasing mystery! This collection consists of novelettes and short stories from Queen's many escapades. Stories include:

  • "Mum Is the Word"
  • "Object Lesson"
  • "No Parking"
  • "No Place to Live"
  • "Miracles Do Happen"
  • "The Lonely Bride"
  • "Mystery at the Library of Congress"
  • "Dead Ringer"
  • "The Broken T"
  • "Half a Clue"
  • "Eve of the Wedding"
  • "Last Man to Die"
  • "Payoff"
  • "The Little Spy"
  • "The President Regrets"
  • "Abraham Lincoln's Clue"

©1970 Ellery Queen (P)2017 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • Henry Maicki II
  • 31-07-17

A great series of short stories

Classic Ellery deducing clues from a series of mysteries based on the months of the year. This series exemplifies what makes the Queen stories so enjoyable -- readable, intelligent, without using the same canned deductive techniques. It is great fun to match wits with Ellery Queen!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 22-09-20

Fun stories, irritating narration

Always fun in plot twists, but the narration suffers from poor pronunciations, awkwardly choppy cadences, and a nasal quality to the narrator's voice that grows tiresome at best and deeply irritating at worst.

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  • GA PEOPLE
  • 15-01-21

okay

The Ellery Queen stories I liked
The character voices were good, some very good
But the narrator’s own reading voice is rather stentorian (like Ted Baxter reading the news) - I found it too difficult to get past this and just enter into the story.

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  • Sam Walker
  • 28-12-20

Quick Hits of Queen

Collection of 1950s-60s mystery shorts. Nothing superb, as they hinge on a little thi g here or there, and a few rather poor (the tobacconist is a groaner), but still quite fun

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  • Schendvd
  • 29-11-20

Pretty good stories

This is a collection of short stories. Most are pretty good. A couple bored me, so I moved to the next one.