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Mystery-Suspense-Film Noir > Armchair Fiction > Double Novels


Armchair Fiction presents Mammoth Mystery Double Classics—featuring illustrated editions of two all-time mystery-crime standards, with 430 pages or more of whodunit thrills. Famed mystery writer William Le Queux’s “The Voice from the Void” is our first tale of mystery and murder. There was a dead body in the woods! Roddy Homfray, the Rector’s son, who also happened to be an amateur radio enthusiast, was walking home one evening after a delightful visit with the beautiful Elma Sandys. It was an enchanting moonlit night. Then, to Roddy’s utter surprise, came the sounds of a young girl moaning from somewhere near the edge of the woods. Roddy found her on the ground, nearly dead. Her appearance was disheveled and her clothing was torn. Judging by her apparent injuries, she had obviously been attacked by an unknown assailant. “Save me…oh! Save me…do,” she half-whispered as she died in his arms. Roddy scrambled for help, but in a bizarre turn of events, he ended up disappearing. And when he was found—several days later—he seemed to have lost his mind and memories. Even worse, the body of the murdered girl was nowhere to be found! In spite of all this, Roddy Homfray was determined to find out what had happened. However, a mysterious woman named Freda, whom his father had warned him about, was determined that he never would! Our second novel is another classic thriller, J. S. Fletcher’s “The Middle Temple Murder.” There had been a strange death in merry old London. An unknown elderly English gentleman is found murdered under highly mysterious circumstances within London’s famed Middle Temple. After a detailed investigation, the police conclude that it was a simple case of robbery turned to murder. But young Frank Spargo, an up-and-coming journalist, along with Detective-Sergeant Rathbury of New Scotland Yard, believe that something is amiss with this simple explanation. And before long they are digging their way into one of the more intricate murder mysteries that Scotland Yard has ever faced. J. S. Fletcher’s “The Middle Temple Murder” is an engaging, page-turning murder mystery that was known to be one of U.S. President Woodrow Wilson’s favorite detective tales.

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