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by Barnaby Ross
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Drury Lane's Last Case (Drury Lane Mysteries). Published July 28th 2015 by MysteriousPress. Drury Lane's Last Case: The Tragedy of 1599 (Paperback). Published 1949 by Pocket Books. Author(s): Barnaby Ross (Pseudonym), Ellery Queen. Paperback, 279 pages. Bernard Safran (Illustrator).
4 primary works, 5 total works. The series was republished under Ellery Queen's own name. Book 4. Drury Lane's Last Case. Book 1. The Tragedy of X. by Barnaby Ross. New York City, the early 30's.
Drury Lane's Last Case. Published by Viking Press, 1933. Condition: Good Hardcover.
Bound in black cloth with yellow lettering. Top page edges have publisher's yellow stain. From Books From California (Simi Valley, CA, . Price: US$ 4. 5 Convert Currency.
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Drury Lane is a fictional detective created by Ellery Queen in the 1930s under the byline of Barnaby Ross. He is a retired Shakespearian actor who lives in a lavish castle on the Hudson River. His backstory involves leaving the theatre because he lost his sense of hearing, and the novels occasionally mention his lip-reading. He appeared in four mystery novels: The Tragedy of X, The Tragedy of Y, The Tragedy of Z, and Drury Lane's Last Case. These books were later reissued under the Ellery Queen byline.
I think Ellery Queen (Barnaby Ross) thought DRURY LANE'S LAST CASE would go down in detective story history .
I think Ellery Queen (Barnaby Ross) thought DRURY LANE'S LAST CASE would go down in detective story history as one of the classic mysteries of all time. That didn't quite happen, even though the ending is quite surprising. Ellery Queen had a background in advertising, and lots of reasons to suppose DRURY LANE'S LAST CASE was a great ad for his brand. I can't quite figure out why things didn't happen that way. Ellery Queen had a lot of success, and the Barnaby Ross pen-name produced some wonderful books, but somehow they ended up being underestimated. With the help of the legendary Shakespearean actor Drury Lane, Thumm must locate the missing manuscript and solve an impossible murder-before the curtain comes down forever. Thriller & Crime Private Investigators
Drury Lane's Last Case. With the help of actor Drury Lane, Inspector Thumm chases a stolen manuscript and a man with a rainbow beard. Inspector Thumm has never seen such a marvelous beard. It is massive and pointed, a rainbow composed of all the colors of Joseph’s biblical coat. Thriller & Crime Private Investigators. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
Category: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
Publisher: Viking Press; First Edition edition (June 1933)