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Anthony Boucher was a pseudonym used by William Anthony Parker White, who was a mystery writer and critic. In the following excerpt, he favorably assesses The 10:30 from Marseilles. Sebastien Japrisot... Read more
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In the following excerpt, Boucher offers a favorable review of Trap for Cinderella, contending that the novel is "a beautifully intricate essay in novel-writing and mystery-making." Seba... Read more
319 words, approx. 2 pages
In the following review, Junker praises The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun. Whodunit? Who is responsible for keeping this magnificent thriller hidden? Why haven't critics heaped praise ... Read more
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In the following review of La Passion des femmes, Mackey suggests that while much of the novel is captivating, it is, finally, not entirely satisfying. The novelist Jean-Baptiste Rossi, whose anagramm... Read more
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In the following review, the critic contends that The Passion of Women is an erotic but slight mystery adventure. Japrisot, who has long specialized in languorous, eroticized suspense (The Sleeping-Ca... Read more
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In the following review of The Passion of Women, Watson focuses on how multiple narrators and a clear prose style effectively contribute to the mystery and suspense of the story. The main character in... Read more
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Brookner is an English novelist, nonfiction writer, critic, and art historian whose books include Jacques-Louis David (1981) and the prizewinning novel Hotel du lac (1984). In the following excerpt, s... Read more