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Detective Connor and the Golden Rule





March 6, 1910, Detective Story

March 6, 1910, Detective Connor

March 6, 1910: William Montgomery Clemens’ stories were a frequent feature in an era when newspapers published Sunday supplements. Clemens (1860-1931) was a nephew of Mark Twain.




March 6, 1910, Detective Story 

Detective Connor gets his man, but there’s also a happy ending. It seems Connor is not of the hard-boiled school. To be sure, this is no great tale in the style of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, but is well-crafted entertainment intended to pass the time.

 
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