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Humor Freeman, R Austin: Surprising Experiences of Mr Shuttlebury Cobb (1927); v1, 27 Apr 2
#1  Pulpmeister 04-27-2020, 12:20 AM
R Austin Freeman's famous Dr Thorndyke stories are not noted for humour, but Freeman could certainly write it. This short novel tells of the comical, if not farcical search for a possible apocryphal treasure hidden somewhere in a vacant manor house in Kent. Russian secret police, a dubious detective, and a group of Chicago gangsters have deep interests in the same house.

42,000 words.
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