Great mysteries are driven by great characters, and Isabel Myers' mastery of personality served her well in winning the 1929 national Detective Murder Mystery Contest with Murder Yet to Come. Her first and only sojourn into fiction beat a field of contenders, including an entry from the soon-to-be-famous "Ellery Queen" (a nom de plume). The plot of this re-published classic will get you "in the grip," and a type analysis of Myers' characters is as fun as it is instructive.
244 pages Paperback
ISBN 0-935652-22-1 ISBN 13 978-0-935652-22-2