Tag Archives: Leo Bruce

FFB: Death in the Middle Watch

this is the 78th in my series of forgotten books Death in the Middle Watch by Leo Bruce © 1974, Academy Chicago Arts 2004 hardcover, mystery featuring Carolus Deene This is the second Carolus Deene mystery I’ve read, the other being Death at … Continue reading

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Death at Hallows End

by Leo Bruce, © 1965 – Academy Chicago Publishers, 2008 trade paper – a Carolus Deene mystery This is the 28th in my series of Friday Forgotten Books After reading and enjoying both the novel Case for Three Detectives and … Continue reading

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Murder in Miniature

The 18th entry in a series of Friday Forgotten Books Leo Bruce (stories date from 1950 to 1956), compiled and with an introduction by Barry Pike, Academy Chicago Publishers, hardcover © 1992, mass market edition 1997 Rupert Croft-Cooke didn’t acknowledge his pseudonym of … Continue reading

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My Friday Forgotten Book # 5

Case for Three Detectives Leo Bruce (Rupert Croft-Cooke) © 1936, this edition 1997 trade paper published  by Academy Chicago Publishers Leo Bruce is the pseudonym of Rupert Croft-Cooke, who wrote two series, one featuring Carolus Deene, the other featuring Sgt. Beef. The … Continue reading

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