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Moord achterstevoren

Ellery Queen (author), André E. Steentjes (translator)
De moordenaar moest wel een bijzonder vreemde inval hebben gehad toen hij niet alleen alles in de kamer ondersteboven en achterstevoren zette, maar zelfs de moeite nam het slachtoffer zijn kleren achterstevoren aan te trekken. Het leek volslagen krankzinnig, maar bij nader inzien moest Ellery Queen toegeven dat er systeem in zat. Een vreemde zaak: niemand had de moordenaar gezien, en trouwens, wie
Title
Moord achterstevoren
Author
Ellery Queen
Translator
André E. Steentjes
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
The Chinese orange mystery
Publisher
Utrecht: Het Spectrum, [2008]
192 p.
ISBN
9789031506163 (paperback)

Availability in Flemish libraries

About Ellery Queen

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Ellery Queen is a pseudonym created in 1928 by the American detective fiction writers Frederic Dannay (1905–1982) and Manfred Bennington Lee (1905–1971). It is also the name of their main fictional detective, a mystery writer in New York City who helps his police inspector father solve baffling murder cases. From 1929 to 1971, Dannay and Lee wrote around forty novels and short story collections in which Ellery Queen appears as a character.

Under the pseudonym Ellery Queen, they also edited more than thirty anthologies of crime fiction and true crime. Dannay founded, and for many years edited, the crime fiction magazine Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, which has been published continuously from 1941 to the present. From 1961 to 1972, Dannay and Lee commissioned other authors to write around thirty thrillers using the pseudonym Ellery Queen, but not featuring Ellery Queen as a character. From 1941 to 1966, they commissioned other authors to write …Read more on Wikipedia