Murder in the Gunroom

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General Books LLC, 2010 - Fiction - 68 pages
16 Reviews
Excerpt: ...gun's part of it." "Oh, that's all right; I really shouldn't have taken the attitude I did," Kirchner met him halfway. "After I talked to Mr. Goode, of course, I knew it was all right, but . You see, I've been bothered a lot about that pistol, lately." "Yes?" Rand succeeded in being negligent about it. "Oh my, yes! The newspaper people wanted to take pictures of me holding it, and then, there was an antique-dealer who was here trying to buy it." "Who was that

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User Review  - Richard Ward - Goodreads

Good whodunit, in the mid-twentieth century American hard-boiled style, almost a locked room mystery but not quite. The novelist, H. Beam Piper, was a prolific writer of science fiction but here he ... Read full review

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User Review  - Annette - Goodreads

Downloaded this expecting sci-fi; found a quite engaging little murder mystery with a sub-plot of antique gun collecting that would do Dick Francis proud. Enjoyed. Read full review

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