The Black Shrouds by Constance Little
(Rue Morgue Vintage Mysteries)

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About Constance Little

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With her sister Gwenyth, the author of 21 darkly comic mysteries published between 1938 and 1953.
 
Published January 1, 1941 by Doubleday Crime Club. 155 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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More light-headed and light-hearted lethal entertainment from the Littles, when murder breaks out in a N.Y.C.

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Crime and comedy abound in this reprint of sibling mystery mavens Constance and Gwenyth Little's 1945 The Black Cat, in which a cast of lunatic characters grapple with problems of murders and manners.

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Fans of offbeat, tongue-in-cheek mysteries will welcome the reissue of Constance and Gwenyth Little's The Black House (1950), set at an isolated house in upstate New York possibly haunted by the hero's dead aunt.

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Rue Morgue offers another in their vintage mystery series, The Black Shrouds (1941), by sisters Constance and Gwenyth Little.

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