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FRED M WHITE Premium Collection: 60+ Murder Mysteries Crime Novels; Including 200+ Short Stories (Illustrated) - cover

FRED M WHITE Premium Collection: 60+ Murder Mysteries Crime Novels; Including 200+ Short Stories (Illustrated)

Fred M. White

Publisher: Good Press

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Fred M. White's 'FRED M. WHITE Premium Collection' is a comprehensive anthology of over 60 murder mysteries and crime novels, accompanied by more than 200 illustrated short stories. White's literary style is characterized by intricate plots, engaging characters, and gripping suspense, making his works a must-read for fans of classic detective fiction. Set in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, White's stories provide a window into the social and cultural context of the time, offering a rich tapestry of historical detail alongside the thrilling narratives. The collection showcases White's versatility as a writer, with each piece showcasing his ability to craft compelling mysteries that keep readers on the edge of their seats until the very end. Fred M. White, a prolific writer of the Victorian and Edwardian eras, drew inspiration from his keen interest in crime and detective stories to create his vast body of work. His deep understanding of human nature and his talent for building suspense have solidified his place as a master of the mystery genre. The 'FRED M. WHITE Premium Collection' stands as a testament to his enduring legacy in the world of detective fiction, offering readers a diverse array of thrilling tales that continue to captivate audiences today. I recommend 'FRED M. WHITE Premium Collection' to anyone who enjoys classic murder mysteries and crime novels. With its extensive selection of stories and novels, this anthology provides a comprehensive overview of White's work, making it an essential addition to any mystery lover's library.
Available since: 01/14/2024.
Print length: 14776 pages.

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