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Old 06-07-2007, 11:27 AM   #2
Dr. Drib
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A fun and enjoyable read

I just finished this a few days ago and can heartily recommened this to anyone who likes mysteries the way they used to be written in the '30s -- there's lots of action and a orang utang (spelling?) named Bhag who also fronts as a kind of butler.

There's a lot of good fun in this mystery and a lot of good characterization.

If you haven't yet read this, I think this would be a good example of Edgar Wallace's thrillers from the '30s.

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