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by Erle Stanley Gardner

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  • ISBN 043428209X
  • ISBN13 978-0434282098
  • Language English
  • Author Erle Stanley Gardner
  • Publisher William Heinemann (December 1961)
  • Pages 280
  • Formats lit lrf rtf txt
  • Category Mystery and Suspense
  • Subcategory Thrillers and Suspense
  • Size ePub 1814 kb
  • Size Fb2 1311 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 922


Start by marking The Case of the Sunbather's Diary as Want to Read . Unlike the stalwart, upright character portrayed by Raymond Burr on television, Gardner's creation is a man not above tampering with evidence and hiring phony "witnesses" in defense of a client.

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The Case of the Nude Sunbather. com User, March 14, 2008. This is the best Perry Mason I've read! (But I have to qualify that - I've only read about 30 of the 70 or so Gardner wrote. Facing a perjury charge after he gives some tap-dance testimony to a grand jury, and this close to a murder charge, Perry has never been so close to both ruin and prison, and Hamilton Burger has never been so happy!

Erle Stanley Gardner (1889-1970) was a prolific American author best known for his Perry Mason novels, which sold twenty thousand copies a. .Gardner's books, whether about Perry Mason or other characters, are fast moving and so well plotted I have never guessed the solution to the cases.

Erle Stanley Gardner (1889-1970) was a prolific American author best known for his Perry Mason novels, which sold twenty thousand copies a day in the mid-1950s. There have been six motion pictures based on his work and the hugely popular Perry Mason television series starring Raymond Burr, which aired for nine years. I also enjoy the 1940s and '50s settings. No cell phones and L. A. is the glamorous place we wish it were today.

She says that while she peacefully sun-bathed near the course, someone made off with her Cadillac, her trailer, and all of her her precious diary

She says that while she peacefully sun-bathed near the course, someone made off with her Cadillac, her trailer, and all of her her precious diary. The woman blames the police who suspect her of having stashed away nearly half a million dollars allegedly stolen by her father, who is now in prison. She swears that both she and her father are innocent.

Listen to "Case of the Sun Bather's Diary, The" by.by Erle Stanley Gardner. Perry Mason Series (Book 46).

Narrated by Alexander Cendese. Why is she so desperate to find her diary? And who, if not Mason's beautiful client, would murder a key witness? In a virtuoso courtroom performance, Mason exposes the staggering truth.

By Erle Stanley Gardner. The case of the sunbather's diary. 1955, Published for the Detective Book Club by . The case of the sun bather's diary. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Crime & Mystery - I have read from . reekaanth. 6.

The Case of the Sun Bathers Diary. Renowned as one of the best-selling American authors of the 20th century, Erle Stanley Gardner is globally recognised within the world of literature as one of the best mystery and detective novel writers of all time. Hardcover Paperback Kindle.

Cover art by Mitchell Hooks. First published 1955. The Case of the Sun Bather's Diary by Erle Stanley Gardner. Cover art by Mitchell Hooks.

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Risteacor
Perry Mason is such a classic. During my younger days, the tv show aired on CBS was a gigantic hit. It was so absorbing that a fellow mystery writer friend of mine was going into labor, but to her husband’s dismay wouldn’t leave for the hospital until the episode she was watching had end! Great cast on the show. Raymond Burr was the perfect Mason. I had the pleasure of meeting him in person. What a nice man. This book reflects all that was great in the Perry Mason stories. Wonderful characters, intriguing mystery puzzle, and high drama as the story unfolds in court. One criticism however- in some places there is copier error. Words that were meant to read boy copied as biy in ebook. But, story was so good, I just read over them. Don’t let this prevent you from purchasing this book- a true gem!
Rivik
Another great Parry Mason Novel! The formula is always the same. Someone gets in trouble, calls Perry Mason, he gets involved, sometimes deeper than he wants to, and when all looks bleak for the client, Mason gets him or her off the hook. It's always the same but what makes these books interesting is the way he gets them off the hook. His investigative abilities, Paul Drake's help, the love/hate relationship with the police and the D.A. All of the details are what make each story interesting. I enjoyed this book.
Bil
The story, as always, was good & had a strong plot. However, there were typos on nearly every page. Annoying. Either Amazon or their Kindle group should come up the books they sell - I've noticed this issue with other Kindle purchases (i.e., books by John D. MacDonald).
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We love the Perry Mason books - Though it did have lot of typo's in it.
Diab
It's unlike any of the other Masons I've ever read and has enough plot twists to suit anyone. The plot is so clever and the characters are interesting and colorful. I couldn't even begin to guess at the right answer, and it had enough suspense and drama to make it one of Gardner's best. Enjoy!
Bolv
If I had focused on the money, I would found Mr. Gardner's classey misdirection perfectly in line. Good job Earle.
grand star
Gardner's books, whether about Perry Mason or other characters, are fast moving and so well plotted I have never guessed the solution to the cases. I also enjoy the 1940s and '50s settings. No cell phones and L. A. is the glamorous place we wish it were today.
This is a fun book to escape into. Though written over 40 years ago, it is still as fresh today as now.