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But by the end of The Case of the Borrowed Brunette (1946), Perry Mason will be very . By the end of 1946, Erle Stanley Gardner had written 28 Perry Mason mysteries (and a dozen other books - three series and a volume of short stories) over a span of 14 years.
But by the end of The Case of the Borrowed Brunette (1946), Perry Mason will be very sorry that he stopped to find out what it was all about. the next time I run Della Street, knowing how much of his success was due to his ability to make instantaneous appraisals of character, and to a sympathetic understanding of human nature, saw nothing unusual in the fact that Mason should interrupt a busy schedule to count the brunettes who were standing at corners on the south side of Adams Street.
Gardner Erle Stanley. The blonde in the bathing suit slowly drank the contents of the glass. Erle Stanley Gardner THE CASE OF THE BLONDE BONANZA CHAPTER ONE Because Della Street, Perry Mason's confidential secretary, was spending a two-week vacation with an aunt who lived at Bolero Beach, the lawyer, having consulted with a client in San Diego, drove by on the way home. Then the waitress brought her a sizzling steak, French fried potatoes and a salad, followed by apple pie alamode and two candy bars.
by Erle Stanley Gardner (Author). Yet this book was published in 1951 and the plot revolves around the murder of a rich, handsome playboy who has a VERY nasty hobby. We'd call it "date-rape
by Erle Stanley Gardner (Author). We'd call it "date-rape. Back then he was a "wolf" who wouldn't take no for an answer and didn't mind getting rough to get what he wanted.
Erle Stanley Gardner's "The Case of the Borrowed Brunette" is Gardner at his clever best, which is the draw that entices readers back to this master series. Perry Mason cannot drive down the street with Della Street without recognizing a puzzle waiting on each corner of a slightly traveled avenue. A young actress is employed to impersonate another woman and to bring her own companion.
Perry Mason in another of his famous legal tiltings, with his curiosity piqued by a man who hires a brunette, of definite specifications, for a strictly legal impersonation
Perry Mason in another of his famous legal tiltings, with his curiosity piqued by a man who hires a brunette, of definite specifications, for a strictly legal impersonation. Perry, with the murder of the employer, is able to sustain a mental and moral pressure, out corners, win a grudge fight before the Grand Jury, - and get a lot of answers from one or two clues. Accompanied by Della and Paul.
Author: Erle Stanley Gardner. Genre: Classic detective. Perry Mason, having concluded a difficult case in one of the outlying courts, was driving slowly, relaxing after the nerve strain of a courtroom battle. Read a fragment illustrations. Annotation: Erle Stanley Gardner The Case of the Borrowed Brunette Chapter 1 At this hour, Adams Street was a pedestrian’s no man’s land. Della Street, instinctively knowing Mason’s moods, as befitted a good secretary remained silent. Mason was always interested in people, and his eyes occasionally strayed from the road ahead when breaks in traffic enabled him to scrutinize such pedestrians as were on the street.
Erle Stanley Gardner (1889-1970) was an American author of detective fiction. The Case of the Borrowed Brunette. He was best known for creating the Perry Mason character and also wrote Cool and Lam series as . Fair as well as the Doug Selby series. Before getting into writing, Erle was working as a lawyer, so he began writing stories for pulp magazines in his spare time. Erle Stanley Gardner’s writing career began in 1923 in pulp magazines, but his first novel was The Case of the Velvet Claws (Perry Mason’s debut). The novel was published in 1933.
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The Case of the Borrowed Brunette. Renowned as one of the best-selling American authors of the 20th century, Erle Stanley Gardner is globally recognised within the world of literature as one of the best mystery and detective novel writers of all time. Hardcover Paperback Kindle.