The Four False Weapons: Being the Return of Bencolin

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H. Hamilton, 1937 - Detective and mystery stories, American - 292 pages
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Review: The Four False Weapons (Henri Bencolin #5)

User Review  - SL - Goodreads

This is not my favorite of the John Dickson Carr books; he got off track a bit with the 'local color', but his worst is yards above most people's worst. The amateur detectives trying to solve the crime - and getting in each other's way- are the best feature in this book. Read full review

Review: The Four False Weapons (Henri Bencolin #5)

User Review  - Ian Durham - Goodreads

A bit overly complicated in my opinion. The Bencolin mysteries are better when they are less "busy." Complexity is good, but complications just get a little much. And I missed Jeff Marle. Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER PAGE I THE SUMMONS
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ROSE KLONECS LAST BED
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THE STILETTO IN THE BATH
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