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CHARACTERS ✓ The Case of the Postponed Murder ¸ [Read] ➪ The Case of the Postponed Murder By Erle Stanley Gardner – Gwairsoft.co.uk When Mae Farr becomes the presumed stalking victim of wealthy playboy Penn Wentworth she asks Perry for help Wentworth say he merely wants her for forging his name on a check Farr claims hWhen Mae Farr of the PDFEPUB #189 becomes the presumed stalking victim of wealthy playboy Penn Wentworth she asks Perry for h. A young woman from Nowhere Northern California came to Mason's office It seemed several years ago her sister decided to make it big in a large city and left for LA She managed to find a job and even was able to send some money to her mother She always kept in touch with her sister but became silent some time ago which made the latter worried The woman insisted Perry Mason the lawyer would be a better person for the job than Paul Drake the PI This was the first clue she was not completely honest with Mason After some detective work Mason realized the lost sister was in big trouble related to a forged check The lawyer became convinced something is fishy and asked himself a uestion who actually did the forging This digging out the truth led him to a dead body with his client being the perfect suspect This was the last published Mason novel well after the death of the author At times you can practically feel the rough edges that would be polished had the author had time to do this However I like it better than previous several books For starters while I did not like Mason's client much I did not feel like humanity would be better off without her genes in the global gene pool like I felt about his clients in the last two books The mystery finally made me use my brain and I still missed the villain thanks to series' ever present red herrings It felt like Mason had action than it became usual late in the series As a result by the time he got to the courtroom he had a record number of accusations against him burglary tampering with the evidence etc We also got to see an unseeing before side of Paul Drake knowing that the lawyer was heading into a danger Drake followed him having no doubt he would lose his license as a result I think this would be an appropriate place to say something about the series in general and its author in particular even though there are 3 novellas that follow this book The total number of Perry Mason novels is 82 yes you read it right and I will spell it in case you have any doubts eighty two Plus 3 novellas I just mentioned Some books are better than the others but there are no outright weak ones As far as mystery is concern it is always top notch It takes real talent and great imagination to come up with that many plots and not run out of steam My hat is off to you Mr Gardner Bravo you have earned the title of a Great Mystery Writer only slightly below the level of such giants as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Dame Agatha Christie and Rex Stout You have my everlasting respect

The Case of the Postponed MurderWhen Mae Farr of the PDFEPUB #189 becomes the presumed stalking victim of wealthy playboy Penn Wentworth she asks Perry for h. A young woman from Nowhere Northern California came to Mason's office It seemed several years ago her sister decided to make it big in a large city and left for LA She managed to find a job and even was able to send some money to her mother She always kept in touch with her sister but became silent some time ago which made the latter worried The woman insisted Perry Mason the lawyer would be a better person for the job than Paul Drake the PI This was the first clue she was not completely honest with Mason After some detective work Mason realized the lost sister was in big trouble related to a forged check The lawyer became convinced something is fishy and asked himself a uestion who actually did the forging This digging out the truth led him to a dead body with his client being the perfect suspect This was the last published Mason novel well after the death of the author At times you can practically feel the rough edges that would be polished had the author had time to do this However I like it better than previous several books For starters while I did not like Mason's client much I did not feel like humanity would be better off without her genes in the global gene pool like I felt about his clients in the last two books The mystery finally made me use my brain and I still missed the villain thanks to series' ever present red herrings It felt like Mason had action than it became usual late in the series As a result by the time he got to the courtroom he had a record number of accusations against him burglary tampering with the evidence etc We also got to see an unseeing before side of Paul Drake knowing that the lawyer was heading into a danger Drake followed him having no doubt he would lose his license as a result I think this would be an appropriate place to say something about the series in general and its author in particular even though there are 3 novellas that follow this book The total number of Perry Mason novels is 82 yes you read it right and I will spell it in case you have any doubts eighty two Plus 3 novellas I just mentioned Some books are better than the others but there are no outright weak ones As far as mystery is concern it is always top notch It takes real talent and great imagination to come up with that many plots and not run out of steam My hat is off to you Mr Gardner Bravo you have earned the title of a Great Mystery Writer only slightly below the level of such giants as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Dame Agatha Christie and Rex Stout You have my everlasting respect

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The Case of the Postponed Murder Á Rdball But fatal gunplay rocks the boat leaving Wentworth dead Mae a wanted woman and Perry Mason in troubled waters Original. Earl Stanley Gardner at his very bestA superb plot and an intriguing mysteryThe plot revolves around the murder of a Penn Wentworth who is found dead on his yatch and the suspect is a lady named Mae Farr Perry Mason’s client Have to say she is one of the most interesting clients Mason has ever had As is the case with all Perry Mason mysteries there are many parallel plots and sub plots running which boil down to a jaw dropping climaxHowever this is one story where Mason himself gets involved as an accessory to the murder The remaining story involves around how Mason Street and Drake collude and investigate to solve the murder and subseuently save their own assesI would however love to make a special mention to the character of Justice Scanlon Its not until the last 10 pages that the case enters the courtroom and this character literally steals the show the way he directs the case Its fun to read how Mason leads him to direct the case his way without the Justice giving much thought that he is being manipulated I would still say that Justice Scanlon is the most formidable supporting character in a Perry Mason novel by Earl Stanley GardnerAll in a all a delightful uick read with a twist in the end REVIEW ß eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ó Erle Stanley Gardner

Erle Stanley Gardner Ó 8 CHARACTERS

Erle Stanley Gardner Ó 8 CHARACTERS Elp Wentworth say he merely wants her for forging his name on a check Farr claims he just wants her Mae is willing to play ha. Why do I get the sneaking suspicion Gardner wrote this over a uiet weekend perked up on chai and chocolate biscuitsSeriously the 82nd Perry Mason novel but my first is murder by numbers The dialogue is uninventive the mystery intriguing but ultimately of an exercise than a narrative and things plod along smoothly with the clockwork sound of an expert pulp writer There's nothing really wrong with it and I like that Gardner is very lightly self parodic in the denouement scene where an eccentric judge somehow convinces all parties to bypass usual trial procedure and just tell their stories to one another Still I doubt I'd go back to this well very much even if the golden era novels are much clever in their execution It just has that feel of a jobbing writer churning out another volume There's nothing wrong with that I'm gradually moving into that field myself but this book fulfills its function nothing