Missing: Page Thirteen
Anna Katherine Green was a well-known American poet and novelist who counted herself among the first authors of detective fiction on the New Continent. Her masterful ability of creating seemingly unsolvable mysteries and keeping her readers entranced in a story dominated by clever, diverse and highly complex characters, Green was able to shine through her short but remarkably intense novels, Missi...
Publisher: IDB Productions (2016)
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g Page Thirteen being one of her most notable works.The story revolves around a brave, young and quite petite female detective known by the name of Violet Strange. As she is summoned to solve the mystery of a page gone missing from a very important document, her insight and deduction skills become essential to the lives of several individuals who add color and dimension to Green's story. They are the chemical scientist, the bride and groom and the eccentric misanthrope. Will the brilliant young detective be able to solve this unusual mystery, and what other unknowns will she be able to uncover during her investigations?This is one of the most enticing and thrilling stories Green has written. Nicknamed the mother of modern detective fiction, she carefully and intricately weaves every facet of the story into a whole fabric that unfolds quite brilliantly toward the end. Always one step ahead of us. Green opens up a world of mystery and deduction that very few other authors were able to create.Even though the novel is quite short, and is closer to a short story than a novella, it packs quite a considerable amount of intrigue and action, offering readers a fair dose of 19th century social and deeply rooted psychological interactions to go with it.With intelligent remarks and conversation, a serpentine plot that will always keep you at the edge of your seat and Green's elegant, inviting style, you can prepare yourself for a story that will definitely not disappoint, offering an exceptional overall reading experience, despite its age.