Case Book of Ellery Queen (1945)
"The House of Darkness" (1935) shows EQ's skill with elaborate, surrealistic backgrounds for his fiction. The story is also good mystery puzzle, not too realistic, but imaginative in it's plotting.
Nice intermediate deductions in "The Teakwood Case".
Other articles on this book
(1) Reading Ellery Queen - The House of Darkness Jon Mathewson
(2) Reading Ellery Queen - The Hollow Dragon Jon Mathewson
(3) Reading Ellery Queen - The Long Shot Jon Mathewson
(4) Reading Ellery Queen - Mind over Matter Jon Mathewson
(5) Reading Ellery Queen - The Teakwood Case Jon Mathewson
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