Book List – titles mentioned at Conference

Here is a list of (most of) the titles mentioned by the speakers during the conference on Saturday.

Enid Blyton: The Mystery of the Burnt Cottage

 

John Dickson Carr:  Till Death Us Do Part (BL edition due August 2021)

 

Raymond Chandler: The Big Sleep

 

G.K.Chesterton: The Wisdom of Father Brown

 

Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None

                              The 13 Problems

 

Freeman Wills Crofts: The Starvel Hollow Tragedy

 

Arthur Conan Doyle: A Study In Scarlet

 

Brian Flynn: The Billiard Room Mystery 
                        The Creeping Jenny Mystery 
                        Five Red Fingers

                        The Mystery of the Peacock’s Eye

                        Tread Softly

 

Richard Austin Freeman: The D’Arblay Mystery

 

Jacques Futrelle: The Thinking Machine

 

Erle Stanley Gardner: The D.A. Draws a Circle

 

Francis Noyes Hart: The Bellamy Trial

 

Francis Iles: Malice Aforethought

 

Gladys Mitchell: Death at the Opera

                              The Longer Bodies

                              The Rising of the Moon

                              The Saltmarsh Murders
                              Speedy Death

 

Baroness Orczy: The Tea House Detective (The Old Man In The Corner)

 

Q.Patrick : Cottage Sinister

                    Murder at Cambridge

                    S.S. Murder

 

Arthur Porges: The Curious Cases of Cyriack Skinner Grey


Patrick Quentin: Black Widow

                               The Man with Two Wives

 

Micky Spillane: I, the Jury

 

Craig Rice: Home Sweet Homicide

 

Theodore Roscoe: Murder On The Way

 

Harriet Rutland: Blue Murder

 

Anthony and Peter Shaffer: Withered Murder

 

Jonathan Stagge: The Dogs Do Bark

                               The Scarlet Circle

 

Arthur W Upfield: Death Of A Swagman

 

S.S. Van Dine: The Benson Murder Case

 

Seishi Yokomizo: The Honjin Murders


We can’t promise all of these are still in print – in fact we are sure some of them aren’t – so you may need to trawl second hand bookstores (real and virtual) to track them all down.

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