Synopses & Reviews
World-famous sleuths--Lew Archer, Father Brown, Sherlock Holmes, Hercule Poirot, and others--deliberate on Charles Dickens' last and never completed novel, The Mystery of Edwin Drood. As each chapter is studied, the mystery grows more mysterious.
The authors combine the text of The Mystery of Edwin Drood, literary scholarship, the detective genre, and their knowledge of Rome to produce a hilarious, offbeat satire. Translated by Gregory Dowling. A Helen and Kurt Wolff Book