The Library Fuzz MEGAPACK ®: The Complete Hal Johnson Series

The Library Fuzz MEGAPACK The Complete Hal Johnson Series James Holding was a prolific short story author in the mystery field He also wrote children s books including the Ellery Queen Jr series but short stories were his true domain Among the many

  • Title: The Library Fuzz MEGAPACK ®: The Complete Hal Johnson Series
  • Author: James Holding Shawn M. Garrett
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  • Page: 374
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  • James Holding 1907 1997 was a prolific short story author in the mystery field He also wrote children s books including the Ellery Queen Jr series but short stories were his true domain Among the many series he created, the Library Fuzz stories, about detective Hal Johnson who tracks down overdue library books and often stumbles across bigger crimes is oneJames Holding 1907 1997 was a prolific short story author in the mystery field He also wrote children s books including the Ellery Queen Jr series but short stories were his true domain Among the many series he created, the Library Fuzz stories, about detective Hal Johnson who tracks down overdue library books and often stumbles across bigger crimes is one of the most unusuald fun This MEGAPACK collects all the Library Fuzz tales, plus several that feature secondary characters in their own stories a very different alternate version of one story.Included are LIBRARY FUZZMORE THAN A MERE STORYBOOKTHE BOOKMARKTHE ELUSIVE MRS STOUTHERO WITH A HEADACHESTILL A COPTHE MUTILATED SCHOLARTHE SAVONAROLA SYNDROMETHE HENCHMAN CASETHE YOUNG RUNNERSTHE HONEYCOMB OF SILENCETHE JACK O NEAL AFFAIRTHE REWARDTHE SEARCH FOR TAMERLANESIDESWIPETHE BOOK CLUETHE VAPOR CLUETHE MISOPEDISTCAUSE FOR ALARMHELL IN A BASKETIf you enjoy this volume of classic mysteries, don t forget to search your favorite ebook store for Wildside Press Megapack to see the 220 other entries in this series, including mysteries, adventure, science fiction, fantasy, horror, westerns and much, much

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    1. I gathered the stories, processed and edited this collection for my day job. An interesting series character: a retired cop who works for the library tracking down missing and overdue books, which always leads him into some short mystery or crime story. Dug through a lot of old ELLERY QUEEN and the like mystery magazines to gather them into this complete package, even discovered a slightly rewritten variant of a story, so it was nice to put them all in one place. Enjoy!

    2. Who could be a more unlikely hero of a book than a former homicide detective turned library cop? The premise it outlandish but it works if you like books and mysteries and vintage crime fiction. Hal Johnson retired from police work to land a cushy job at a public library. Now, instead of tracking down criminals, he tracks down overdue books. In each story he inevitably gets caught up in a crime. Part of the reason I loved this book is because I'm fond of Old-Time Radio shows from the 40s and 50s [...]

    3. In the mood to read something gamier than elderly Brits discussing the local murder in genteel tones over high tea? Want something less depressing than Chandler's 1930's LA? Like stories that have the patina of age but don't have the detective arriving in a horse-drawn carriage?You're in luck. This publisher has gathered wonderful stories from the Golden Age of American mystery magazines - Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, and Mike Shane Mystery Magazine. Befo [...]

    4. Megapack worth reading!James Holding stories of The Library Fuzz is worth reading for a good old fashion mystery. I am recommending for anytime reading.

    5. This book was very enjoyable. Being the library cop, is finding a murderer ever other week and meeting a lot of new people. Some are very dead. This is a interesting book, don't think we have any library fuzz around here, but it would be a pretty good job.

    6. This was a light, enjoyable read. Who knew overdue library books could lead an observant library worker into such danger and adventure?

    7. Who knew overdue library books could lead to robbery, kidnapping, and murder in the 1970s? That's where the library cop comes in. As hard-boiled as library fiction can get!

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