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The Cinema Murder

The Cinema Murder by Edward Phillips Oppenheim
By: (1866-1946)

"The Cinema Murder" by Edward Phillips Oppenheim is a thrilling mystery novel that keeps readers on the edge of their seats until the very end. The story follows protagonist Peter Yates as he becomes embroiled in a murder investigation at a local cinema. The writing is clear and engaging, drawing readers into the world of the story and the minds of its characters. Oppenheim does a fantastic job of building suspense and tension throughout the novel, making it a real page-turner. The plot twists and turns keep readers guessing, and the resolution is satisfying and unexpected. Overall, "The Cinema Murder" is a great read for fans of mystery and suspense novels, and I highly recommend it.

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Phillip Romilly is a poor art teacher in London. He finds out that his wealthy cousin Douglas has been seeing his girl friend Beatrice behind his back. He strangles Douglas, throws him in the canal, and assumes his identity. Douglas had booked passage to America for the next day, so after a pleasant sea voyage Phillip arrives at the Waldorf Hotel in New York as Douglas Romilly. An hour after checking in he disappears again, and assumes yet another identity, one that his cousin had set up for himself. Douglas was facing massive financial problems, and he, too, had planned to avoid his problems by getting lost in the crowd in New York. Now, in chapter two….

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Reviews (Rated: 5 Stars - 3 reviews)

Reviewer: - July 23, 2021
Subject: The Cinema Murder
This is a superb story which held its secrets to the end. Thank you for bringing this to “the public domain”
Reviewer: - February 27, 2019
Subject: Cinema murder
Good story, good readers, happy ending.
Reviewer: - September 21, 2014
Subject: the cinema murder
Good story with a nice twist at the end although I may have something I can't grasp what it has to do with a cinema! Although I prefer a single reader in this case most of them were very good

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