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The Black SevenDrawers Random Christened Roderick Because His Father Was Obsessed By Smollet Was Precocious Beyond His Twelve Years Drawers Preferred The Gashouse, His Secret Lair Where He Could Drink His Beer In Peace, To The Literary Gloom Of The Random House From Beer And Pulp Magazines It Was Easy For Drawers To Step Into The Realm Of Murder Detective When Things Began To Happen To His Neighbors, The Twiggs.The Twiggs Were A Rich Family And A Large One Their Eccentricities, Their Violent Likes And Dislikes Were Astonishing So Astonishing That Police Detective Peter Mood, Called In To Investigate The Sudden Death Of Old Tobias Twigg, Was Baffled And Bewildered Besides The Twiggs Who, En Masse Or Individually, Were Fantastic Enough For Any Mystery There Was Much Talk Of The Black Seven Of A Knowing, Talking Starling, And An Empty Mansion Of Unpleasant Odors With A Cellar Full Of Rats.

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  • Hardcover
  • 275 pages
  • The Black Seven
  • Carol Kendall
  • English
  • 02 April 2018

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  1. says:

    The Black Seven by Carol Kendall is a first edition, debut novel that I picked up on one of my book buying extravaganzas Found this one in our local used bookstore, the Caveat Emptor Before snagging this off the shelf, I had never heard of Carol Kendall beforeprobably because this would seem to be her only adult mystery The story stars a twelve year old protagonist and she found that she enjoyed writing about children so much that she went on to publish two mysteries for children before writing The Gammage Cup, a fantasy novel which received a Newbery Honor in 1959 and which prompted two sequels.As mentioned, the story features Roderick Drawers Random a precocious 12 year old who fancies himself a small town version of Sexton Blake His father has him on a regimen of reading the classics but Drawers has fixed himself up a secret hideout where he can read Astounding Stories and other pulp magazines in peace That is until the owner of the property where his cozy little shed shelters in the tangled, neglected garden manages to get himself killed Then Drawers finds himself...

  2. says:

    This appears to have been Kendall s first published book and it shows She works too hard to create oddball characters, succeeding only in amassing heaps of characteristics that don t turn into living people I managed to read it all the way through when I first bought it some years ago I have ju...

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