The Men Who Explained Miracles
Not to be confused with The Man Who Explained Miracles, a non-fiction book about Carr
1st UK edition
|Author||John Dickson Carr|
|Cover artist||B. S. Biro|
|Series||Henry Merrivale, Gideon Fell, Colonel March|
|Genre||Mystery, Detective novel, Short story|
|Publisher||Hamish Hamilton (UK) & Harper (USA, 1964)|
|Media type||Print (Hardback & Paperback)|
|Pages||192 pp (1st UK)|
The Men Who Explained Miracles, first published in 1963, is a volume of short stories written by John Dickson Carr; the stories feature his series detectives Gideon Fell, Henry Merrivale and Colonel March, of the "Department of Queer Complaints". This volume of short stories is of the mystery genre, most of the type known as a whodunnit.
Colonel March, of the Department of Queer Complaints: William Wilson's Racket and The Empty Flat
Two non-series "Secret Service" stories, Strictly Diplomatic and The Black Cabinet; The Black Cabinet is a story in which an attempt to assassinate Napoleon Bonaparte is foiled by a contemporaneous historical figure from another context.
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