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The Greatest Works of Arthur B Reeve - 60 Titles in One Edition - The Craig Kennedy Series The Dream Doctor The War Terror The Ear in the Wall The Master Mystery - cover

The Greatest Works of Arthur B Reeve - 60 Titles in One Edition - The Craig Kennedy Series The Dream Doctor The War Terror The Ear in the Wall The Master Mystery

Arthur B. Reeve

Publisher: Musaicum Books

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Arthur B. Reeve, a prolific and influential author of the early 20th century, presents in 'The Greatest Works of Arthur B. Reeve - 60 Titles in One Edition' a collection of gripping detective stories featuring his renowned character, Professor Craig Kennedy. Reeve's writing style is characterized by meticulous attention to detail, clever plot twists, and a knack for incorporating cutting-edge science and technology into his narratives, making his work stand out in the golden age of detective fiction. Readers will be kept on the edge of their seats as they follow Professor Kennedy's brilliant deductions and investigative skills through one thrilling case after another. Arthur B. Reeve's background in engineering and journalism provided him with the perfect foundation to create the intellectually stimulating and engaging mysteries that populate this collection. His unique blend of scientific knowledge and storytelling prowess sets him apart as a master of the genre, captivating audiences with his sharp wit and innovative plots. 'The Greatest Works of Arthur B. Reeve' is a must-read for fans of classic detective fiction and anyone who appreciates a well-crafted mystery that challenges the intellect and keeps readers guessing until the very end.
Available since: 11/02/2018.
Print length: 3097 pages.

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