Ask a policeman

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Morrow, 1933 - 313 pages
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User Review  - Helen - Goodreads

This is a really fun, original and ingenious idea for a book - I love the way the authors take each others' detectives and parody them with such delight. The solutions are very clever, and I especially loved the footnotes in two of the chapters - they were hilarious! :-) Read full review

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User Review  - Susan - Goodreads

Not only are the various chapters of this written by different Golden Age authors (some of whom have retained their fame, eg, Dorothy Sayers; some of whom are comparatively unknown, eg, Helen Simpson ... Read full review

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Contents

PART
5
PART II
71
Sir John Takes His Cue
121
Copyright

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Anthony Berkeley
Collections. Ask a Policeman (1933) (with Milward Kennedy and Dorothy L Sayers). Ask a Policeman. Anthologies containing stories by Anthony Berkeley ...
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Dorothy L. Sayers
Anthony Berkeley contributed a long chapter to the Detection Club round robin, Ask a Policeman (1933), as did Sayers herself. Each wrote about the other's ...
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