Detection Club Bingo: My Progress So Far

 

Chapter 1, A New Era Dawns: Ernest Bramah – The Tales of Max Carrados
Chapter 5, Miraculous Mysteries: Anthony Wynne – Murder of a Lady

Project Pages and Other Related Blog Posts:
Detection Club Bingo Project Page
Penultimate Detection Club Bingo Progress Post
My Final Two Detection Club Bingo Reads
Golden Age Mysteries: Further Reading
The Detection Club: New Project Page

 

 

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5 thoughts on “Detection Club Bingo: My Progress So Far

    1. Sorry, I only just saw this … yes, the Max Carrados books are almost all collections of short stories, I believe, though there is also at least one novel. This audio is culled from several short story collections.

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