Miss Pinkerton

by Mary Roberts Rinehart

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"Miss Pinkerton" is a novel by Mary Miss Pinkerton book Rinehart written in The novel is the third in the Hilda Adams series and was written quite a while after the first two, "The Buckled Bag" and "Locked Doors" which were both written in /5.

This book contains The Buckled Bag which is rather short but very interesting, Locked Doors is a different type of mystery and very creepy but excellent, Miss Pinkerton is a novel in which Hilda Adams is called to a house where a young man has apparently shot himself and his elderly grandmother needs a nurse, Haunted Lady is a novel in one of the locked room genre/5(10).

This book contains The Buckled Bag which is rather short but very interesting, Locked Doors is a different type of mystery and very creepy but excellent, Miss Pinkerton is a novel in which Hilda Adams is called to a house where a young man has apparently shot himself and his elderly grandmother needs a nurse, Haunted Lady is a novel in one of the locked room genre/5(12).

Miss Pinkerton [Mary Roberts Rinehart] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers/5(5). Reprinted for the first time in twenty years, Miss Pinkerton is a suspenseful tale of madness and murder.

The book served as the basis for a film with the same title, and its titular character appeared in several Miss Pinkerton book of Rinehart’s most popular : Road. Miss Pinkerton Mary Roberts Rinehart. Penzler, $ (p) ISBN The Red Lamp; Buy this book First published inthis clever entry in the American Mystery Classics.

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5/5(2). MISS PINKERTON. by Mary Roberts Rinehart. BUY NOW FROM Kirkus Reviews Issue: May 1st, More Fiction & Literature > Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert.

Reprinted for the first time in twenty years, Miss Pinkerton is a suspenseful tale of madness and murder. The book served as the basis for a film with the same title, and its titular character appeared in several others of Rinehart’s most popular novels.

Miss Pinkerton (The Double Alibi) (A book in the Hilda Adams series) A novel by Mary Roberts Rinehart. Directed by Lloyd Bacon. With Joan Blondell, George Brent, Ruth Hall, John Wray.

A hospital nurse is recruited by the police to watch a household where a suspicious death has occurred/10(). The complete series list for - A Miss Pinkerton Mystery Mary Roberts Rinehart. Series reading order, cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.

Trained nurse Hilda Adams --sometimes known as "Miss Pinkerton" -- is recruited to go undercover for the police department.

short stories/novellas: 1. The Buckled Bag () 2. Locked Doors () 3. About this Item: Kensington, Paperback. Condition: Good. When Herbert Wynne supposedly commits suicide, Miss Pinkerton poses as a private nurse to his aunt Juliet and discovers that his "bedridden" aunt takes midnight jaunts, a stranger skulks about the stairs, and the other nurse on duty is scared of her own shadow, and Miss Pinkerton must unmask a killer before he strikes again.

The services of the bureau’s indispensable sleuth, “Miss Pinkerton,” are twofold: to care for the traumatized and bedridden Juliet, and to find out who really pulled the trigger. But Hilda’s about to discover that the Mitchell family’s secrets are as dark as the shadows in the creaking old house, and that there’s a good reason why.

Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t16m8qm79 Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet Archive Python library. Miss Pinkerton The Hilda Adams Mysteries, Book 1 "Miss Pinkerton," are twofold: to care for the traumatized and bedridden Juliet, and to find out who really pulled the trigger.

But Hilda's about to discover that the Mitchell family's secrets are as dark as the shadows in the creaking old house, and that there's a good reason why the. Books. Mysteries & Detectives. Click photo to enlarge. Published at $ Your Price $ (Save $4) Add to Cart With his elderly aunt left uncared for, Inspector Patton sees the perfect opportunity to employ Miss Pinkerton's abilities.

But when the sleuthing nurse arrives at the mansion, she finds more intrigue than anyone outside could. Many of her books and plays were adapted for movies, such as The Bat (), The Bat Whispers (), Miss Pinkerton (), and The Bat ( remake).

The novel The Circular Staircase was first adapted to the screen as a silent film inand later as an episode in the TV show Climax.

in Genre: Mystery fiction. Miss Pinkerton is an interesting literary creation. She is the 'tip of the spear' as it were of the investigation. She is more than just the sidekick narrator to stand between the 4/5(1).

Editions for Miss Pinkerton: (Paperback published in ), (Kindle Edition published in ), (Hardcover published in ), (Pap. Reprinted for the first time in twenty years, Miss Pinkerton is a suspenseful tale of madness and murder. The book served as the basis for a film with the same title, and its titular character appeared in several others of Rinehart's most popular novels.

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Amelia Sedley, of good family, and Rebecca Sharp, an orphan, leave Miss Pinkerton's academy on Chiswick Mall to live out their lives in Vanity Fair — the world of social climbing and search for wealth.

Amelia does not esteem the values of Vanity Fair; Rebecca cares for nothing else. P.K. Pinkerton and the Pistol-Packing Widows. by Caroline Lawrence.

Ratings 24 Reviews published 12 editionsAuthor: Caroline Lawrence. Get this from a library. Miss Pinkerton. [Mary Roberts Rinehart; Carolyn G Hart] -- "When Herbert Wynne is found dead, with a bullet in the forehead, the obvious explanation is murder.

But how could it be when the only possible suspect is Herbert's frail Aunt Juliet. Posing as. Miss Pinkerton, who runs the academy, autographs a copy of Dr. Johnson's dictionary for Amelia, whose father is rich. The orphaned Becky, having neither money nor position does not rate one. Miss Pinkerton writes Amelia's mother a stilted and complimentary letter in regard to Amelia, and adds a postscript that Miss Sharp should stay only ten days, as she has a position in a family of distinction.

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Miss Pinkerton. New York, Farrar & Rinehart, Inc. [©] (OCoLC) Material Type: Fiction: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mary Roberts Rinehart.

Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes the "My story" autobiography preview at end of novel. Murder is Easy is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie and first published in the UK by the Collins Crime Club on 5 June and in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company in September of the same year under the title of Easy to Kill.

Christie's recurring character, Superintendent Battle, has a cameo appearance at the end, but plays no part in either the solution of the mystery or the Author: Agatha Christie.

Miss Pinkerton (Book): Rinehart, Mary Roberts: "When Herbert Wynne is found dead, with a bullet in the forehead, the obvious explanation is murder. But how could it be when the only possible suspect is Herbert's frail Aunt Juliet? Posing as Juliet's private duty nurse, the Homicide Bureau's Hilda Adams develops grave suspicions.

Why is the maid terrified of every dark corner? Miss Pinkerton (Book): Rinehart, Mary Roberts: Miss Adams is a nurse, not a detective—at least, not technically speaking. But while working as a nurse, one does have the opportunity to see things police can't see.

An observant set of eyes can be quite an asset when crimes happen behind closed doors, so sometimes Detective Inspector Patton rings Miss Adams when he needs an .Miss Pinkerton (Book): Rinehart, Mary Roberts: "When Herbert Wynne is found dead, with a bullet in the forehead, the obvious explanation is murder.

But how could it be when the only possible suspect is Herbert's frail Aunt Juliet? Posing as Juliet's private duty nurse, the Homicide Bureau's Hilda Adams develops grave suspicions. Why is the maid terrified of every dark corner?