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The Black Eagle Mystery

Geraldine Bonner

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Copper Pool:

"There are developments ahead—maybe sensational. You'll see in a day or two."

It was the second day after the suicide and in the afternoon, having a job to see to on the upper West Side, I decided to drop in on Molly Babbitts and have a word with her. I always drop in on Molly when I happen to be round her diggings. Three years ago, after the calamity which pretty nearly put a quietus on me for all time, Molly and I clasped hands on a friendship pact that, God willing, will last till the grass is growing over both of us. She's the brightest, biggest-hearted, bravest little being that walks, and once did me a good turn. But I needn't speak of that—it's a page I don't like to turn back. It's enough to say that whatever Molly asks me is done and always will be as long as I've breath in my body.

As I swung up the long reach of Central Park West—she's a few blocks in from there on Ninet. . . Read More

Community Reviews

A great mystery/ unraveling in bits & pieces-each chapter
Told by the characters - each hunting for the killer

This was just as peppy and twisty as the other two Bonner mysteries featuring the same characters (though The Girl at Central remains my favorite).

(After reading all three, though, you do start to notice that Bonner has a favorite plot device: making out a seemingly cast-iron case against a noble,

Oldie but Goodie

I left this old novel on my Kindle unread for quite a while before picking it tonight. I couldn't put it down and read until I finished it at one AM. It is the most convoluted mystery I have read in years. I guessed one factor, but the denouement took me completely by surprise. All I

Excellent book with Christian values

Refreshing and well written
Good plot and story line keeps you on edge till the last page
I recommend this book

Definitely a fun read. Quite a few red herrings, nicely plotted and a surprise at the end.