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The Skeleton Talks

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Hardcover, 255 pages
Published 1933 by The Macaulay Company
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Samantha Glasser
Jun 28, 2012 Samantha Glasser rated it it was amazing
Shelves: fiction, i-own-a-copy
The Skeleton Talks is one of those rare books that pops up once in a while that completely captures both a particular time period and the timelessness of a simple, fun mystery story. The story opens on a police squad talking about a novelist named Braxton Hicks, a man whose penchant for sealed rooms and strange murders has made him famous. Soon, the squad learns that Hicks is dead and his friend Doctor Dyer has been stabbed to death near the body. It appears to be an open and shut case, but when ...more
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Eberhard was a medical doctor who used his knowledge of science to craft his mystery novels. He died in Three Rivers, Missouri.
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