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The Dream Doctor: Detective Kennedy's Case - Professor Craig Kennedy Detective Novel - cover

The Dream Doctor: Detective Kennedy's Case - Professor Craig Kennedy Detective Novel

Arthur B. Reeve

Publisher: Musaicum Books

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Arthur B. Reeve's 'The Dream Doctor: Detective Kennedy's Case' is a thrilling detective novel that follows Detective Kennedy as he solves a perplexing murder case with the help of a mysterious dream doctor. Reeve's literary style is a perfect blend of suspense, mystery, and a touch of the supernatural, making the story both engaging and thought-provoking. Set in the early 20th century, the book explores the emerging field of psychology and its impact on criminal investigations, adding a unique and innovative twist to the detective genre. With clever plot twists and captivating storytelling, Reeve keeps readers on the edge of their seats until the very end. Arthur B. Reeve, known for his popular 'Craig Kennedy' detective series, was a pioneer in American detective fiction. His background in science and technology lends authenticity to his stories, making them not only entertaining but also intellectually stimulating. 'The Dream Doctor' is a must-read for fans of classic detective fiction and anyone looking for a captivating mystery novel that challenges conventional tropes.
Available since: 11/02/2018.
Print length: 246 pages.

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