Tales from Two Pockets
Capek mystery stories from the 1920s are among the most enjoyable and unusual ever written though only a few have previously appeared in English and then only in poor translations. This new collection - admirably translated from the Czech by Norma Comrada - should introduce a whole new legion of admirers to this leading fiction writer, playwright and columnist whose work includes 'War with the Newts'.
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Review: Tales from Two PocketsUser Review - Tom - Goodreads
Mysteries of people, places, and ideas. Read full review
Review: Tales from Two PocketsUser Review - Agapornis - Goodreads
The book contains mostly detective stories usually with deeper punchline. I really love several stories on the end of the book. And name of the best one? I would say “The Man Who Couldn't Sleep”. Read full review