CHEVIOT, FELL and MERRIVALE
IllusionProfusion
Dr. Gideon Fell
"O Lord!" he breathed, puffing out his cheeks. "O Bacchus!" For Dr. Fell was peering down, like an immense red genie over a microscope, at one of the large silver candelabra on the table behind the sofa.
  • Below Suspicion, 1949
  • John Dickson Carr aka Carter Dickson aka Carr Dickson
"Tops." Saturday Review of Literature
Sir Henry Merrivale
Again Blystone's hand went to his cheek. Marcia, Sanders noticed, kept a look of blank composure. "I'm not jokin', son," insisted H.M., holding up the sheets. "It's all here, if you read it properly. Truth sort of groans between the lines."
  • Death in Five Boxes, 1938
  • John Dickson Carr aka Carter Dickson aka Carr Dickson
"If you want ingenuity of plot, airtight development and good, pungent writing, this is your meat." New Haven Journal-Courier
Partial Bibliography
John Cheviot
Fire, Burn1957
Dr. Gideon Fell
Below Suspicion1949
Hags Nook1933
He Who Whispers1946
The Problem of the Green Capsule1939
The Sleeping Sphinx1947
The Three Coffins or The Hollow Man1935
Til Death Do Us Part1944
Sir Henry Merrivale
The Crossbow Murder or The Judas Window1938
Death in Five Boxes1938
The Peacock Feather Murders1937
The Red Widow Murders1935
The White Priory Murders1934
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