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His novels economize on characterization, using dialogue to keep the story moving.
He was at the height of his powers during the late 1950s, and this collection offers seven of his best works featuring Los Angeles attorney Perry Mason.
If you are a Perry Mason fan, buy this volume now or check it out from your library.
Our library doesn't carry any Gardner books. My husband loves the author and this is a nice collection, reasonably priced.Published 2 months ago by LLN
You will love this book as soon as you start reading the first story. It will hold your interest and make you want to come back for more.Published 6 months ago by Marie
Seven of the classic courtroom dramas of Perry Mason, set mostly in the 1950's, when scandals over pregnancies and embezzlements were more notorious than in today's somewhat jaded... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Linda Jacobs
maybe its my fault that I did not read the description, but I was hoping for 7 separate books, but what I got was this 1 big hard cover book with all 7 stories in it.Published 7 months ago by gokul
So good to find 7 in one volume! Better than having to accumulate them one by one, and excellent to have the next one standing by. Must take them in slowly...Published 8 months ago by Career Changer
I have a Kindle but sometimes you need a "real" book LOL. I saw this and remembered reading it years (and years) ago, so I purchased it. Read morePublished 11 months ago by MKFLA
Even generations later, Erle Stanley Gardner is still the master of mystery. His writing style is easy to devour and the "whodunit" aspect is simply, masterfully done. Read morePublished on February 16, 2012 by bmwells
I've enjoyed Perry Mason mysteries since I was a school kid, and I enjoy them even more now at 53 years of age. Read morePublished on December 23, 2010 by Brent Butler
I wish I could more easily locate all of these cerebral thrillers: Best courtroom scenes, intelligent plots, characterizations, and dialogue....and always a credible twist !Published on April 23, 2010 by Michael F. David