The Marquis de Sade gives Anthony Bathurst the horn.
Murder Goes Mad in Flynn's twelfth novel.
Death of a blackmailer.
"For God's sake, mind the red thing that flies!"
Society crooks, stolen jewels, and a dead body in a well ... Where's Anthony Bathurst when he's needed?
Blackmail in high places, serial killers in Paris, conspiracies to murder, masked balls, disguise and deception - The Orange Axe is an extremely clever piece of work.
Murder Makes Murder (Harriette Ashbrook); The Memory of Blood (Christopher Fowler); Murder En Route (Brian Flynn).
Evil lipless Russians, secret societies, and gunplay by night.
Murdered millionaires and horse racing for Anthony Bathurst.
By Brian FlynnFirst published: UK, 1928. Available from Dean Street Press This may well be the most popular detective fiction release of the week. The Puzzle Doctor has prescribed a course of Brian Flynn, now available from Dean Street Press; half the criminous blogosphere has read it; and the verdict has been unanimously in favour. … Continue reading The Mystery of the Peacock’s Eye (Brian Flynn)