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Malcolm Sage Detective

Herbert George Jenkins

Publisher: DigiCat

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Summary

In 'Malcolm Sage, Detective' by Herbert George Jenkins, readers are introduced to a collection of short stories centered around the unassuming yet brilliant detective, Malcolm Sage. The book is a prime exemplar of early 20th-century detective fiction, showcasing a unique blend of humor, wit, and astute problem-solving skills. Each story presents a new mystery for Sage to unravel, often with unexpected twists and turns that keep readers engaged until the very end. Jenkins' writing style is characterized by its straightforward prose and clever dialogue, making 'Malcolm Sage, Detective' a delightful read for fans of classic detective stories. Herbert George Jenkins, a prolific British author, drew inspiration from his own experiences as a publisher and writer to create the character of Malcolm Sage. His keen observational skills and sharp attention to detail shine through in the intricate plots and clever deductions that Sage employs throughout the book. Jenkins' background in the publishing industry also adds a layer of authenticity to the behind-the-scenes workings of detective agencies in the book. For fans of classic detective fiction and mystery enthusiasts alike, 'Malcolm Sage, Detective' is a must-read. Herbert George Jenkins' masterful storytelling and engaging characters make this book a timeless classic that continues to captivate readers with its clever mysteries and charming protagonist.
Available since: 06/03/2022.
Print length: 162 pages.

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