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by Erle Stanley Gardner

eBook Case of the Foot-loose Doll download ISBN: 0417038305
Author: Erle Stanley Gardner
Publisher: Littlehampton Book Services Ltd; New edition edition (June 1980)
Language: English
Pages: 192
ePub: 1571 kb
Fb2: 1143 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Thrillers and Suspense

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As with all of the other Erle Stanley Gardner books, I enjoyed the descriptions of the period. The clothes, cars, we're still smoking everywhere. Gardner makes the reader frustrated with the main female character

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Comments: (7)
Jarortr
This is a very early Perry Mason. The main characters are still being developed and fleshed out.

I have to admit that I don't guess who the murderer was until very close to the end which is very unusual for me.There were a lot of twist and turns that kept my interest. I'm not going to give away the plot but did find it intriguing. It was sad that the book had a warning about some potentially offensive language. I guess in this day of everyone walking around looking to be offended it's necessary - I suppose it wouldn't do any good to say that including this 'warning' offended me - would it?

I would rate this very early Perry mason a very good 9.0 to 9.5 out of 10!
Legend 33
This book was a little more complex than some of the other books by this author. There were some twists and turns and at times, hard to follow. Like all the Perry Mason books I have read, I enjoyed reading a book without overt sexual content and bad language. I will try to read them all for these reasons and for the fact that I find them very engaging.
Arabella V.
Wow! What's not to like about Perry Mason books? I admit to being a Perry Mason television show fan (yes, from way back in the 50's and 60's) and have luckily found them being aired on television again. So, I decided to try some of Erle Stanley Gardner's books. Way Cool! I think Perry pushes the legal envelope in the books even more than on TV. Come on, fellow Baby Boomers, reacquaint yourself with Perry Mason in the written word! For younger people, it's a great lesson in literature and dialog of the time they were written. I highly recommend you read just one and I think you'll be hooked. It will show you a different time, different dialog and some darn interesting who done it. At least it's complicated enough with enough characters to make it very interesting. I have honestly never known who the murderer was until the end of the book or the end of the TV show. That is an indication of very good writing.
Priotian
The story was good for escape reading. I've enjoyed all of the Perry Mason stories I've read - I think that anyone who has not enjoyed one will probably not enjoy any. While the book is not meant to be a social commentary, it's possible to see general attitude changes from then to now.
Zeks Horde
LIke most of Mr. Gardner's mysteries, this was great. Actually, his stories were wonderful. He was "of his times," and at times the dialogue sounds pretty odd. Mr. Gardner has this annoying, detracting way of over-describing who's saying what in many of his dialogues, particularly blurting AFTER someone starts talking. And the editing, or transcribing, of this book was, I guess, done by a big drunk or something (maybe I ought to apply!).

But you just can't beat the great, often teasingly complex, plots, and the wonderful dialogue and maneuvering in the courtroom.
Xisyaco
As with all of the other Erle Stanley Gardner books, I enjoyed the descriptions of the period. The clothes, cars, we're still smoking everywhere. Gardner makes the reader frustrated with the main female character. can she tell the truth just once? good read, enjoyable distraction the daily hub hub of our world. I would recommend this book for anyone interested in light reading with a good tale.
Roram
With my reading more of Mr. Gardeners books, I come to appreciate his process thru each mystery. Cool ambassador to mystery writers world wide.
This is a fun read. It's very dated, but what would you expect of a Perry Mason book? For those who grew up with Raymond Burr as Mason on tv, Perry's and Della's personalities and descriptions (and relationship!) may come as a bit of a shock. The fact that much of this book takes place on a ship is an interesting twist, although there are courtroom shenanigans as well. All in all, it was enjoyable and I plan to read more Perry Mason books -- just not right away.