#327: The Men Who Explain Miracles Have Returned, with Murder on the Way! (1935) by Theodore Roscoe

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Apologies, I’m a bit late in bringing to your attention — term only finished yesterday, and I’m still in shock — that the third episode of the occasional podcast Dan of The Reader is Warned and I record is now up and ready to fly straight to your ears at the click of a mouse.

This time around, we’re looking at Theodore Roscoe’s 1935 impossible crime novel Murder on the Way!, which I was involved in republishing with the wonderful people at Bold Venture Press.  It’s all spoiler-free, so see it as a shameless piece of self-promotion that you’re still able to (hopefully) enjoy if you haven’t yet read the book, and we also get into a bit of a discussion about why classic detective fiction can be so difficult to come by on account of so much of it lingering out of print.

Here’s the link to Dan’s post, so head on over there to check it out.

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If you’re hoping for a review of Sir John Magill’s Last Journey by Freeman Wills Crofts here today, I’m sorry to tell you that I’m currently on page 12 and so unlikely to finish it in time.  See my comments above re: how stupidly late term finished, and expect it here next Thursday instead as the final review of 2017.

2 thoughts on “#327: The Men Who Explain Miracles Have Returned, with Murder on the Way! (1935) by Theodore Roscoe

    • I have to say that it’s Dan who does all the work; I hold forth, and he edits it so it sounds intelligible and coherent. I really can’t take any of the credit!

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