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crimen de Gramercy Park

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"Crimen de Gramercy Park" by Anna Katharine Green is a gripping mystery novel that keeps readers on the edge of their seats from beginning to end. The story is set in the upscale neighborhood of Gramercy Park in New York City, where a brutal murder rocks the community. Green's writing is beautifully descriptive, painting a vivid picture of the setting and bringing the characters to life.

The plot is full of twists and turns, with plenty of red herrings thrown in to keep readers guessing until the very end. The protagonist, detective Ebenezer Gryce, is a fascinating character with a keen mind and a sharp wit. His investigation into the murder is thorough and meticulous, and it's a pleasure to follow along as he sifts through the clues and unravels the mystery.

Overall, "Crimen de Gramercy Park" is a classic whodunit that will appeal to fans of the genre. Green's writing is engaging and the plot is cleverly constructed, making it a satisfying read for anyone looking for a good old-fashioned mystery. Highly recommended for fans of detective fiction.

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Obra maestra de la «madre de la novela de detectives», Anna Katharine Green, conocida como la Agatha Christie victoriana. El misterio de Gramercy Park, publicado en 1897, es la décima novela policíaca de Anna K. Green y la primera en la que se introduce el inolvidable personaje de Amelia Butterworth, dama soltera y detective aficionada, que aparecerá en otras dos novelas, Lost Man’s Lane y The Circular Study. Pero además de la aparición de este personaje seminal que dará pie a posteriores creaciones dentro de la ficción policial, en El misterio de Gramercy Park destaca un intrincado argumento de cuidada construcción y un magnífico retrato de la sociedad de la época, los últimos años del siglo XIX en Norteamérica - Summary by Phileas Fogg

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