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The master mystery

Arthur B. Reeve

Publisher: Musaicum Books

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Written by Arthur B. Reeve, 'The Master Mystery' is a gripping tale that combines elements of mystery, science fiction, and adventure. Reeve's literary style is characterized by intricate plots, engaging dialogue, and fast-paced action, making this book a thrilling page-turner. Set in the early 20th century, the story follows an ingenious detective named Craig Kennedy as he unravels a series of baffling mysteries using cutting-edge technology and scientific methods. The book is a prime example of the detective fiction genre popular during the Golden Age of detective fiction. Reeve's attention to detail and careful plotting keep readers on the edge of their seats until the final revelation. Arthur B. Reeve, a former professor of science, draws on his background in chemistry and mathematics to infuse 'The Master Mystery' with a sense of realism and scientific accuracy. His expertise adds depth to the story and establishes him as a master of the genre. Reeve's passion for investigative techniques shines through in his portrayal of the protagonist, Kennedy, as a brilliant and resourceful detective. I highly recommend 'The Master Mystery' to fans of classic detective fiction and those who enjoy a cleverly plotted mystery with a scientific twist. Arthur B. Reeve's sophisticated writing style and inventive storytelling are sure to captivate readers looking for a thrilling and intellectually stimulating read.
Available since: 11/02/2018.
Print length: 160 pages.

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