Friday, November 29, 2013

No Cheating Now

Take Sharon Wildwind's quiz (POE'S DEADLY DAUGHTERS, March 9, 2010). If you get just half of them right, you can call yourself a well-read Golden Age of Detection fiction expert:
We often forget is that Sherlock Holmes’ stories didn’t fill each and every issue of 'The Strand.' One of the reasons that Arthur Conan Doyle was so successful is that detective fiction, thrillers, and spy stories were immensely popular in Britain. Given below are a list of 17 authors who were as popular, or in some cases more popular than the residents of 221 B Baker Street.
How many of these authors can you match with the information given [here]?

Category: Detective fiction

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