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The Silent Bullet - A Twisting Tale of Silent Crimes and Scientific Sleuthing - cover

The Silent Bullet - A Twisting Tale of Silent Crimes and Scientific Sleuthing

Arthur B. Reeve

Publisher: Good Press

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Arthur B. Reeve's novel 'The Silent Bullet' is a riveting piece of detective fiction that combines thrilling suspense with intricate plot twists. Published in 1911, the book follows the brilliant and innovative detective Craig Kennedy as he works to solve a seemingly impossible crime involving a death by a bullet that makes no sound. Reeve's writing style is captivating, with detailed descriptions and clever dialogue that keep readers engaged until the very end. Set in the early 20th century, 'The Silent Bullet' reflects the popular detective genre of the time, but stands out for its unique and modern approach to crime-solving. Reeve's meticulous attention to scientific details adds depth and authenticity to the story, making it a standout in detective fiction. Arthur B. Reeve, known as the American Sherlock Holmes, was a pioneering writer of detective fiction who incorporated cutting-edge scientific advancements into his stories. This background is evident in 'The Silent Bullet,' as Kennedy uses his knowledge of technology to crack the case. I highly recommend 'The Silent Bullet' to readers who enjoy classic detective fiction with a modern twist, as Reeve's novel offers a thrilling and intellectual read that will keep you guessing until the last page.
Available since: 11/22/2019.
Print length: 277 pages.

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