If you think you've read everything ever written by Agatha Christie, Georgette Heyer, or Freeman Wills Crofts, well…here's a twist! This anthology of "lost tales of mystery and suspense"
collects sixteen short stories by mystery writers who made their literary bones during the "Golden Age" of the 1920s and '30s. Some of the stories included in Bodies from the Library
have been published only once before, in a newspaper or magazine; others are appearing in print for the very first time. Fans of old-school British whodunits will relish this collection of rarities! (KG)