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Henry Gamadge, Daly's gentleman-sleuth, does make occasional jaunts to the country, but now he's back on the Upper East Side, receiving missives suggesting that all is not right at the elegant Fenway manse. He will, of course, unravel the mystery, but even more delight¬ful than the solution is the peek at what the New York Times called 1940s New York at its most charming.

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Felony & Mayhem's Vintage category mystery

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Take one grand house, stuff it with staff, and make it home to several generations. If they send their sons to Oxford and occasionally knock each other off, you've got a country-house murder mystery, the delight of classic English crime fiction. But if the boys are instead at Yale, odds are that you're reading its American counterpart, the New York mansion mystery--a genre largely invented and perfected by Elizabeth Daly. Daly does take Henry Gamadge, her gentleman-sleuth, on the occasional jaunt to the country, but in Arrow Pointing Nowhere they're both back on the Upper East Side, where Gamadge has been receiving missives suggesting that all is not right at the elegant Fenway mansion. He will ultimately, of course, unravel the mystery, but even more delightful than the solution is the peek at what the New York Times called New York at its most charming.

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ISBN:
9781934609248
Author:
Daly, Elizabeth
Publisher:
Felony & Mayhem
Subject:
Mystery & Detective - General
Subject:
Book collectors.
Subject:
New york (n.y.)
Subject:
Mystery fiction
Subject:
Mystery-A to Z
Edition Description:
Felony & Mayhem
Series:
Henry Gamadge Mysteries
Series Volume:
07
Publication Date:
20090531
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
219
Dimensions:
7.40x5.40x.50 in. .55 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , Felony & Mayhem's Vintage category mystery
"Synopsis" by , Take one grand house, stuff it with staff, and make it home to several generations. If they send their sons to Oxford and occasionally knock each other off, you've got a country-house murder mystery, the delight of classic English crime fiction. But if the boys are instead at Yale, odds are that you're reading its American counterpart, the New York mansion mystery--a genre largely invented and perfected by Elizabeth Daly. Daly does take Henry Gamadge, her gentleman-sleuth, on the occasional jaunt to the country, but in Arrow Pointing Nowhere they're both back on the Upper East Side, where Gamadge has been receiving missives suggesting that all is not right at the elegant Fenway mansion. He will ultimately, of course, unravel the mystery, but even more delightful than the solution is the peek at what the New York Times called New York at its most charming.
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