4 edition of The problem of the wire cage found in the catalog.
The problem of the wire cage
John Dickson Carr
Originally published, London, Hamilton, 1940.
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"The Problem of the Wire Cage ()" is the opposite of a locked-room mystery. In this book, a man is strangled to death on a sand tennis court.
Only one set of footprints leads across the court--and they belong to the corpse. Okay, whodunit. As usual in a /5(8). The Problem of the Wire Cage tells of a crime where a young man is murdered on a sandy tennis-court devoid of any footprints but his own. It's another of John Dickson Carr's signature "miracle murders", but in one respect this novel differs from the rest: For the most part, it's told from the viewpoint of two of the suspects, who have first accidentally, then deliberately, tampered with the evidence on the scene/5.
"The Problem of the Wire Cage ()" is the opposite of a locked-room mystery. In this book, a man is strangled to death on a sand tennis court. Only one set of footprints leads across the court--and /5(8).
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There are no footprints other than his own and some others demonstrated to have been made long after the murder around his body. The Problem of the Wire Cage | Carr John Dickson | download | B–OK.
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Forgotten Book - The Problem of the Wire Cage The Problem of the Wire Cage by John Dickson Carr first appeared in It's a novel renowned for a tantalising "impossible crime" puzzle, tailor-made for that Chestertonian sleuth, Dr Gideon Fell. "The Problem of the Wire Cage ()" is the opposite of a locked-room mystery.
In this book, a man is strangled to death on a sand tennis court. Only one set of footprints leads across the court--and they belong to thewhodunit. As usual in a 'Golden Age' mystery, there are lots of suspects and motives/5(4).
The body will be inside the cage-like tennis court, and the clear footsteps leading up to the body will suggest that either Brenda (above) is guilty, or else it is an impossible crime.
John Dickson Carr is the King of the locked room mystery, and this is him almost playing with his audience – no creepy tower, no sinister cell-like room, no Author: Clothes In Books. If these people have such problems with their wire cage, it might be time to redecorate.
I'm sure when they bought their house, 'murderous wire cage' was a huge selling point. May 2, at PMAuthor: Rex Parker. The Problem of the Wire Cage (Vintage Bantam, #) Carr, John Dickson; Gilbert Fullington (cover) [Illustrator] Published by Bantam Books (). The Arabian Nights Murder; The Burning Court; Gideon Fell 11 The Problem of the Wire Cage) | Carr John Dickson | download | B–OK.
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Inside is a wet clay tennis court, in the center of which lies the body of Frank Dorrance, strangled by his own scarf. - The Problem of the Wire Cage (Gideon Fell #11) by John Dickson Carr Stay safe and healthy.
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A problem fitting Dr. Fell's talents for breaking impossible cases is presented in the murder of a caddish gent on an unmarked tennis court. Acrobats, revengeful lovers, poisonous females complement the brainy doctor's activities to make a baffler better than most.
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THE PROBLEM OF THE WIRE CAGE. New York: Harper & Brothers, First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, pages, VG/VG; spine is green with white dust jacket restored along head and tail of spine, extending along top and bottom edges, has price uncut '$'; binding has minor shelf wear, spine has minor cocking, has minor bumping on the fore edge corners; pages have minor age toning; EH.
The Problem of the Wire Cage () by John Dickson Carr Today’s read is in preparation for JJ and Ben’s forthcoming discussion on this book, later this month. The only Carr novel I managed to read last year was Patrick Butler for the Defence (), which was not that great of a read, so I was hoping I would fare better with this one.The Problem of the Wire Cage (Dr.
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