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A Master Hand

Richard Dallas

Book Overview: 

This murder mystery, by Richard Dallas, describes a fictional crime that took place in the New York City of 1883. A fine period piece as well as a clever detective story.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Conspicuous among them I recognized Littell, Davis, Benton, and others whom I knew to be present as witnesses. Van Bult was not there, however.

Davis looked pale, nervous, and miserable. Poor fellow, evidently this sort of thing did not agree with him. Benton was also nervous and excited, I could see. Littell looked somewhat bored and tired, but gave me a nod and came over to me, making his way into the forbidden precinct without interruption, as can only be done by men such as he, who by quick and mendacious assumption are in the habit of getting what is not by right theirs.

As he leaned over my chair, he whispered: "This is a miserable affair, Dick!" I was not inclined for conversation, however, as I wished to give my entire attention to the proceedings, so I only motioned him to a chair nearby.

Without unnecessary delay, the Coroner briefly stated the occasion of the hearing, and then gave the results of his observation and post-mortem. He . . . Read More

Community Reviews

On an ordinary evening a gentleman is murdered in a rather strange manner and solving this crime is an even stranger deed...more