Calamity Town Dragon s teeth Wrightsville a typical American town buried in the great American heartland up to its neck in good old American corn The well respected Wrights daddy Wright is the town banker Momma Wright is the

  • Title: Calamity Town / Dragon's teeth
  • Author: Ellery Queen
  • ISBN: 9780060810689
  • Page: 481
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wrightsville, a typical American town, buried in the great American heartland, up to its neck in good old American corn The well respected Wrights daddy Wright is the town banker, Momma Wright is the town social lioness, daughter Patricia the town beauty, Nora the town recluse, Lola the town scandal Ellery has to find out which of the Wrights is the town poisoner, whileWrightsville, a typical American town, buried in the great American heartland, up to its neck in good old American corn The well respected Wrights daddy Wright is the town banker, Momma Wright is the town social lioness, daughter Patricia the town beauty, Nora the town recluse, Lola the town scandal Ellery has to find out which of the Wrights is the town poisoner, while defending himself against a charge of murder.

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    1. This is not my favorite Ellery Queen story. I found the Beau Rummell name just a little too precious fact I just wasn't taken by his character. I needed more Ellery and less Beau. The story is typical Queen and I have to admit that until about 10 pages from the end, I picked the wrong character for the villain. Ellery Queen mysteries are an acquired taste, one which I have, but I didn't feel that this was up to the usual standards of that series.

    2. This collection pairs two "Golden Age" mystery novels in the Ellery Queen series: the middling The Dragon's Teeth (from '39) with the far superior Calamity Town (from '41). In the Dragon's Teeth, Queen and his partner, the unlikely named Beau Rummels, search for the heirs of the fortune of Cadmus Cole: his nieces Margo and Kerrie. They are brought to live on his estate in Tarrytown, NY (from France and LA) where they can share a fortune only if they adhere to the details of Cole's will, includin [...]

    3. Well, I think it was completely the style, and it may have been popular in the 40's but I really struggled to get through this. It was for book club, and it just wasn't interesting. Or mysterious.

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