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The Mystery of 31 New Inn

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By: (1862-1943)

Jeffrey Blackmore suspiciously made two wills, both deceptively alike, but still, in a cunning way, completely different. John Thorndyke, equally cunning and smart, smells something fishy. With stylish cool and logic, he leads the story up to its marvelous and fully credible climax.

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Reviews (Rated: 5 Stars - 3 reviews)

Reviewer: - May 8, 2015
Subject: Mystery of 31 New Inn
A good tale and as previously stated Jervais is extremely dull, few good narrators many ordinary some poor.
Reviewer: - March 24, 2015
Subject: 31 New Inn
Another good tale from R. Austin Freeman though Thorndykes assistant Jervais is stupid beyond belief Some good some average and a couple of poor readers but overall enjoyable.
Reviewer: - October 17, 2013
Subject: Outstanding
"A cracking good yarn" to use a hackneyed phrase, but valid in any case. Full of surprises and doppleganger characters, it kept me interested all the way thru.

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