The Fourth Door: The Houdini Murders
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The Fourth Door: The Houdini Murders (Dr. Twist #2)

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Someone has volunteered to spend the night in the haunted room at the Darnley House. The room is sealed by pressing a unique coin, selected moments before, on the wax. But when the door is re-opened, someone else's body is lying there, the seals are unbroken, and the coin has not left the possession of the witness. Things are never what they seem in this classic Golden Age...more
Paperback, 164 pages
Published September 1st 2011 by Createspace (first published January 1st 1987)
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Asnipiv
An excellent locked room mystery by paul halter.
The solution to the murder that happens inside the attic room is truly ingenious.It is just like a clever magic trick where it seems so simple once you know the trick.
And to top it,there is one more shocking twist at the end of the book as to the identity of a murderer.
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Paul Halter is a writer of crime fiction known for his locked room mysteries. Halter pursued technical studies in his youth before joining the French Marines in the hope of seeing the world. Disappointed with the lack of travel, he left the military and, for a while, sold life insurance while augmenting his income playing the guitar in the local dance orchestra. He gave up life insurance for a job...more
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