Seeds of Murder

Seeds of Murder[Reading] ➸ Seeds of Murder By F. Van Wyck Mason – Bluevapours.co.uk Why did Mr Wallace choose a sheet of paper shorter than all the rest on which to write his farewell message an hour before he was murdered Why did Mr Wallace choose a sheet of paper shorter than all the rest on which to write his farewell message an hour before he was murdered.

aka Geoffrey Coffin, Frank W Mason, Ward WeaverFrancis Van Wyck Mason November , August , , Bermuda was an American historian and novelist He had a long and prolific career as a writer spanning years and including published novels.

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  • Hardcover
  • 238 pages
  • Seeds of Murder
  • F. Van Wyck Mason
  • English
  • 15 January 2017

10 thoughts on “Seeds of Murder

  1. Glen says:

    An odd, yet ordinary mystery.Hugh North is a character with a series that lasted many years, from the 20s to the late 60s I actually began the series with the final book It seemed a bit anachronistic, even for the time I worked my way backwards, to the immediate post WWII book, and the series always seemed that way.I finally found the first book in the series.Even though North is an Army Intelligence agent this was before the formation of the OSS or the CIA there is nothing at all to do wit An odd, yet ordinary mystery.Hugh North is a character with a series that lasted many years, from the 20s to the late 60s I actually began the series with the final book It seemed a bit anachronistic, even for the time I worked my way backwards, to the immediate post WWII book, and the series always seemed that way.I finally found the first book in the series.Even though North is an Army Intelligence agent this was before the formation of the OSS or the CIA there is nothing at all to do with espionage in the book.Instead it is pretty much a knockoff of the Philo Vance series, right down to the vocabulary Mason creates a mood of tension and hidden secrets, just like SS Van Dine While every other book I ve read in this series is told by the use of third person narrative, this one uses a first person narrator, in the person of Dr Watson like sidekick We have the carefully set up murder scene, and the dim witted police so typical in mysteries of this period.All in all, a well done Golden Age style mystery, but nothing at all like the post war books

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