The Mystery of the Yellow Room
How could a crime take place in a locked room which shows no sign of being entered? Nearly a century after its initial publication, Leroux's landmark tale of foul play, deception, and unbridled ambition remains a blueprint for the detective novel genre. This atmospheric thriller is still a... show more
How could a crime take place in a locked room which shows no sign of being entered? Nearly a century after its initial publication, Leroux's landmark tale of foul play, deception, and unbridled ambition remains a blueprint for the detective novel genre. This atmospheric thriller is still a favorite of whodunit fans everywhere.
Publish date: 2018-08-08
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, Read For School
, Mystery Thriller
, French Literature
Series: Joseph Rouletabille (#1)
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"The moon was shining brightly and I saw clearly that no one had touched the window. Not only were the bars that protect it intact, but the blinds inside of them were drawn, as I had myself drawn them early in the evening, as I did every day, though Mademoiselle, knowing that I was tired from the he...
Grosso modo : meh. Mlle Mathilde Stangerson is attacked at night in her yellow bedroom and the perpetrator magically escapes without anyone seeing him. Her room is literally locked and there is no other means of access. Enter Joseph Rouletabille, the 18-year-old reporter who aims to beat the polic...