7 edition of Nine and Death Makes Ten (Library of Crime Classics) found in the catalog.
Nine and Death Makes Ten (Library of Crime Classics)
John Dickson Carr
by International Polygonics
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||175|
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The Nine Tailors of the book's title are taken from the old saying "Nine Tailors Make a Man", which Sayers quotes at the end of the novel. As explained by John Shand in his Spectator article The Bellringers' Art, "'Nine Tailors' means the nine strokes which at the beginning of the toll for the dead announce to the villagers that a man is Cited by: A Mystery Revisited The deaths of 9 young Russian "tourists" (hikers) in winter has been the subject of many books.
I have read all of them with great interest, and I feel this book comes very close to solving the mystery.
Anderson discusses all of the popular theories and takes a deep look at the autopsy results and and reveals shocking patterns.4/5(33). Death observes Rudy's soul and sees him pretending to be Jesse Owens, retrieving a book from the icy river, and imagining a kiss from Liesel; he makes Death cry.
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