The Book of Extraordinary Amateur Sleuth and Private Eye Stories

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The Book of Extraordinary Amateur Sleuth and Private Eye Stories was a mystery genre anthology released in 2019, edited by Maxim Jakubowski and published by Mango.

While sixteen of the seventeen short stories didn't make use of any pre-existing DWU characters or elements, the sixth short story, written by Paul Magrs, featured Dodie Golightly, who originated from Magrs' earlier short story The Ninnies on Putney Common, published in Iris: Fifteen.

Publisher's summary[[edit]]

A Collection of the Best and Newest Private Eye Mysteries.


# Story Featuring Author
Introduction Maxim Jakubowski
1 The Asphodel Meadows Alison Joseph
2 Darkness in the City of Light Rhys Hughes
3 The Mystery of the Missing Vermeer Eric Brown
4 The Chocolate Underpants Caper Mary Harris
5 Look for the Silver Lining David Stuart Davies
6 Dodie Golightly and the Ghost of Cock Lane Dodie Golightly Paul Magrs
7 Sharon Leigh Takes Texas Sandra Murphy
8 Resolution Keith Brooke
9 Around the World in Five Serial Murders Yvonne Eve Walus
10 A Little Tennessee Williams Drama O'Neil De Noux
11 The Single-Handed Soldier Jane Finnis
12 Intake Nick Mamatas
13 Rosy Is Red Sally Spedding
14 No Direction Home Nick Quantrill
15 Our Evie Ricki Thomas
16 Closure Russel D McLean
17 A Wonderful Time Lavie Tidhar


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