The Riddle of the Frozen Flame
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The Riddle of the Frozen Flame

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Mr. Maverick Narkom, Superintendent of Scotland Yard, sat before the litter of papers upon his desk. His brow was puckered, his fat face red with anxiety, and there was about him the air of one who has reached the end of his tether.
ebook, 290 pages
Published December 1st 2010 by Pubone.Info (first published December 1st 2006)
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Thom Swennes
This is another book featuring Detective Hamilton Cleek who was introduced in Cleek: The Man of the Forty Faces first published in 1913. This super sleuth and master of disguise will bedazzle you once more as he ingeniously solves a new case. Without the logical mind and condescending manners of Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes, Hamilton Cleek worms his was into your heart through your eyes and via your brain. When large amounts of English gold are stolen, Scotland Yard are called in and (as usual) mix u...more
Jeff Miller
The 3rd of the Hamilton Cleek detectives stories and a very satisfying one. Has elements of the Hounds of the Baskerville in that a supernatural occurrence is leading to the death of anybody who investigates the "Frozen Flames." Cleek the man with the rubber face and the master of disguise and former master criminal is on the case.

The mystery story itself gives you enough clues to solve the mystery or at least to know who was involved and there is enough suspense and decent characterization to m...more
This is a classic mystery, so is old-fashioned in feel, but quite intriguing. Mr. Cleek, detective extraordinaire is called in to solve the mysterious disappearances and the frozen flame phenomenon for the relative of a friend. Using disguises, clues, and his brain he solves several mysteries in one. Easy to read and interesting
Timothy Ferguson
Excellently read. for Librivox
This is an interesting novel, not perhaps as good as the first in the series, but still satisfying.


It kept drawing me back. If you like Sherlock Holmes you will love this book.
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