In at the Death by Francis Duncan

I’ve been reading a lot of vintage mysteries lately, Hercule Poirot, Roderick Alleyn, Sherlock Holmes. Mordecai Tremaine is one of the lesser-known detectives of the era, at least now, I’m not sure about when the stories were originally published. I like him though; I’m glad the books are being reissued. Mordecai is …

Edison: The Mystery of the Missing Mouse Treasure by Torben Kuhlmann

I loved Kuhlmann’s Armstrong, so was happy to have the chance to read Edison: The Mystery of the Missing Mouse Treasure. I adored it. A little mouse, Pete, wants to find his ancestor’s treasure. The problem is that all the little mouse knows is that his ancestor sailed across the Atlantic …