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CHARACTERS Ò The wall ✓ [Read] ➪ The wall Author Mary Roberts Rinehart – Berkingmad.co.uk When the beautiful yet conniving Juliette returns to wreak havoc upon her ex husband and his family the tables turn and she is brutally murdered leaving Sheriff Russell Shand with a wealth of suspects When the beautiful yet conniving Juliette returns to [Read] The wall Author Mary Roberts Rinehart Berkingmad.co.uk When the beautiful yet conniving Juliette returns to wreak havoc upon her ex husband and his family.

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CHARACTERS Ò The wall Agatha Christie She is considered the source of the phrase The butler did it although she did not actually use the phrase herself and also considered to have invented the Had I But Known school of mystery writingRinehart wrote hundreds of short stories poems travelogues and special articles Many of her books and plays were adapted for movies such as The Bat The Bat Whispers and The Bat While many of her books were best sellers critics were most appreciative of her murder mysteries.

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  • Kristina

    CHARACTERS Ò The wall The wallI have a bunch of old mystery paperbacks and grabbed one the other day and began reading it The Wall was published in 1938 by Mary Roberts Rinehart I’ve read other books by her and this one follows in her familiar style It’s not a bad myste


  • Ryan

    CHARACTERS Ò The wall The wallSunset House is not a house of evil it's actually the vacation beach home of Marcia Lloyd and her brother Author and his family the last of a long line of wealthy New Yorkers There is no horror hidden behind a wall though there are a few dirty secrets hidden away The pure hype of it though is why I couldn't pass on using it It fits the era of when this b


  • Ivonne Rovira

    CHARACTERS Ò The wall The wallAs usual Mary Roberts Rinehart’s The Wall proves eual parts suspenseful mystery and sly social satire Although first published in 1938 today’s readers will thoroughly enjoy itArthur Lloyd has suffered a lot He married “a cheap girl” who now goes by Juliette Ransom; when she divorced him she took him to the cleaners and the hefty alimony payments make his life with new wife Mary Lou and their 5 year old son Junior very circumscribed indeed So when Juliette leaves New York to impose on Arthur’s 28 year old little sister Marcia Lloyd and is murdered soon after suspicion immediately falls on ArthurRinehart litters The Wall with lots of twists and surprises and I never ever suspected the true culprit Another wonderful Rinehart novel


  • Sylvia Walker

    CHARACTERS Ò The wall The wallMary Roberts Rinehart wrote in the 1920s 1930s and 1940s Her characters are in the moneyed class or newly poor It's like looking through a window seeing how the author and her characters thought and acted back then plus her mysteries are cleverly crafted I'm enjoyed rereading my collection of her books as my public library is still closed by Covid 19 and I've returned to my own bookshelves for entertainment and solace


  • Susan

    CHARACTERS Ò The wall The wallOh my the bodies were piling up in this one The setting is a wealthy summer vacation spot so it's a fun summer read Loved the idea of the big old rambling summer home with access to the beach yachts golf and endless summer parties and dances being the backdrop to this murder mystery Published in 1938 the depression has touched even the wealthy though not too badly as they still live in a mansion and have plenty of servants The heroine is brave the dowager grande dame is feisty the older brother is beloved but not too successful the sheriff has a heart of gold and constantly says by the great horn spoon and the mysterious stranger is well mysteriousIt is a bit dated but nevertheless rather entertaining If you have to have the latest book and want to gush over the fact the author has made the hero terribly unlikable and drastically flawed this is not the book for you but if you want a straight forward murder mystery then this should suit you


  • MaryJo Dawson

    CHARACTERS Ò The wall The wallThis story reminded me of a 1930's film noir with stars like Joan Crawford or Gary CooperIt was so old fashioned centered around the life of the wealthy and priviledged the ladieseasily fainting with stress and maids still tucking you into bed at night when you're all grown up But the plot was so involved yet well presented it absolutely mesmerized me I had to find out how it all came together and who it was that actually committed the murders No I didn't guess and you won't either but admittedly the one clue that might put the reader on to the possibilit


  • Nancy Welbourn

    CHARACTERS Ò The wall The wallThis is a very cleverly written detective story It is very well described and the actual criminal is so little mentioned and so well covered up that it would take than an ordinary detective to discover the actual murderer The characters are beautifully described and especially that of the hero Allen Langdon Page I liked him the best In each chapter there was always a clue or a little incident mentioned that gave a kind of mystery to the whole book leaving you in such a suspense that at the end you're about ready to burst with excitement view spoilerIt ends by Marcia the heroine marrying Allen the hero hide spoiler


  • Nolan

    CHARACTERS Ò The wall The wallArthur Ransom married a young woman from New York who appreciated the finer things of life and insisted that he give those to her She was lovely but mostly cheap and tawdry The marriage ended soon enough but not before Ransom agreed to pay serious money to keep her at bay With the Great Depression in full swing and with his second marriage well underway Ransom found it increasingly hard to make the payments to JulietteWhile she hadn’t been heard from in years she reappears at the estate of Ransom’s sister and insists she’s moving in Not long thereafter she is murdered and there’s no dearth of suspects Before it all ends other bodies will pile upWh


  • Dianne

    CHARACTERS Ò The wall The wallI have to admit this was a pretty engrossing read in spite of it being one of the most convoluted detail filled confusing mysteries I have read A glimpse of how the other half lived in the late 30s even under constrained circumstances is entertaining Troublemaker Juliette has been a thorn in the side of the Lloyd family for 6 or 7 years even after her divorce from Arthur Lloyd and she has many enemies outside the family too When she unexpectedly arrives at the f


  • Louise Pledge

    CHARACTERS Ò The wall The wallMy golly it was so fun to return to the era of Mary Roberts Rinehart who was my favorite author for many years Mysteries were much different then; so was the writing style I'm not saying one is better than the other just that it felt so good to go back in time and be reminded Police procedurals were obviously very different too and much lax This was the era in which it was acceptable for people to smoke; nevertheless I was uite taken aback to read that nearly all if not all were regularly lighting up It felt like it took forever to get all the way through the book but was it worth it You'd better believe it The Circular Staircase is my all time fa