This carefully crafted ebook: "MAX CARRADOS - Complete Series: 20+ Mysteries & Detective Stories in One Volume" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. Max Carrados is a blind detective who makes use of his remaining senses in such a way that his blindness is often not immediately apparent to others. Carrados enjoys the excitement of revealing his explanations of mysteries through powers of perception, which in his case are heightened in positive compensation for his visual impairment. George Orwell wrote that, together with those of Conan Doyle and R. Austin Freeman, Max Carrados stories "are the only detective stories since Poe that are worth re-reading." Ernest Bramah (1868-1942) was an English author. He published numerous thriller books, detective stories and supernatural tales, creating the characters Kai Lung and Max Carrados. Bramah's detective stories were ranked with Conan Doyle, his politico-science fiction with H. G. Wells and his supernatural stories with Algernon Blackwood. Table of Contents: Max Carrados The Coin of Dionysius The Knight's Cross Signal Problem The Tragedy at Brookbend Cottage The Clever Mrs. Straithwaite The Last Exploit Of Harry the Actor The Tilling Shaw Mystery The Comedy at Fountain Cottage The Game Played In the Dark The Eyes of Max Carrados The Virginiola Fraud The Disappearance of Marie Severe The Secret of Dunstan's Tower The Mystery of the Poisoned Dish of Mushrooms The Ghost at Massingham Mansions The Missing Actress Sensation The Ingenious Mr. Spinola The Kingsmouth Spy Case The Eastern Mystery Max Carrados Mysteries The Secret of Headlam Height The Mystery of the Vanished Petition Crown The Holloway Flat Tragedy The Curious Circumstances of the Two Left Shoes The Ingenious Mind of Mr. Rigby Lacksome The Crime at the House in Culver Street The Strange Case of Cyril Bycourt The Missing Witness Sensation The Bravo of London: A Novel
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