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The Film Mystery

Arthur B. Reeve

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1. 01 – A Camera Crime
2. 02 – The Tiny Scratch
3. 03 – Tangled Motives
4. 04 – The Fatal Script
5. 05 – An Emotional Maze
6. 06 – The First Club
7. 07 – Enid Faye
8. 08 – Lawrence Millard
9. 09 – White-Light Shadows
10. 10 – Chemical Research
11. 11 – Forestalled
12. 12 – Emery Phelps
13. 13 – Marilyn Loring
14. 14 – Another Clue
15. 15 – I Become A Detective
16. 16 – Enid Assists
17. 17 – An Appeal
18. 18 – The Antivenin
19. 19 – Around The Circle
20. 20 – The Banquet Scene
21. 21 – Merle Shirley Overacts
22. 22 – The Stem
23. 23 – Botulin Toxin
24. 24 – The Invisible Menace
25. 25 – Itching Salve
26. 26 – A Cigarette Case
27. 27 – The Film Fire
28. 28 – The Phosphorus Bomb
29. 29 – Microscopic Evidence
30. 30 – The Ballroom Scene
31. 31 – Physostigmin
32. 32 – Camera Evidence

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Summary

The Film Mystery is one of eighteen detective novels by Arthur B. Reeve starring his best known character Professor Craig Kennedy and his trusty sidekick Walter Jameson, a newspaper reporter. The pair bears an unmistakable resemblance to the more famous British master sleuth and his doctor friend. The setting of this mystery is the early days of movie making, and the murder victim is Stella Lamar, “the beautiful idol of the screen, beloved of millions”, who collapses and dies during the filming of a scene for her latest movie.

Reviews

Bernie

- The Film Mystery

The story is definitely clever but the quality of the many productions and some of the readers reduces the enjoyment immensely. One quality reader would make a huge difference!