Twelve delightful mystery stories featuring one of the Golden Age's greatest detectives from the author of Murder in Peking.
From their headquarters in Chicago, private investigator Jimmy Lavender, with his trademark lock of white hair, and his sidekick, Gilly, tackle some of the city's toughest cases. Their assignments have been known to take them all over the country and even to foreign lands.
Featured in this volume are twelve of their finest adventures from the 1920s and 30s, including "The Lisping Man," "Recipe for Murder," "The Man Who Couldn't Fly," "The Sealed Room," "The Raven's Claw," and "The Woman in Black." Prepare for all the fun and action as Jimmy and Gilly bring criminals to justice.