The Case of the Drowning Duck



A Dead Man In The Kitchen, Gas Fumes Permeates The House, A Duck Seem To Be Drowning In The Fishbowl, But It Didn T Die Maybe That Fact Has Something To Do With MurderThe Case of the Drowning Duck

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Case of the Drowning Duck book, this is one of the most wanted Erle Stanley Gardner author readers around the world.

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 214 pages
  • The Case of the Drowning Duck
  • Erle Stanley Gardner
  • English
  • 14 September 2018
  • 0345378687

10 thoughts on “The Case of the Drowning Duck

  1. says:

    Perry Mason escaped from the city to take a break from work only to meet a rich guy who wanted to consult him professionally The guy s daughter decided to marry a young fellow who literally knows nothing about his origins By hiring detectives his prospective father in law found out the father of his relative in the making was executed eighteen years ago for murder Now Mason s client wanted the lawyer to look through the trial transcript to check if the verdict was fair After studying the pap Perry Mason escaped from the city to take a break from work only to meet a rich guy who wanted to consult him professionally The guy s daughter decided to marry a young fellow who literally knows nothing about his origins By hiring detectives his prospective father in law found out the father of his relative in the making was executed eighteen years ago for murder Now Mason s client wanted the lawyer to look through the trial transcript to check if the verdict was fair After studying...

  2. says:

    I picked this up as a Kindle ebook andhas a number of Erle Stanley Gardner books available I loved the old TV series with Raymond Burr and the slightly newer ones featuring a much older Raymon Burr I like that the ebook format is allowing us to revisit a lot of older authors I am sometimes disappointed as I was with Leslie Charteris Enter the Saint Often these older novels just don t stand the test of time but that isn t the case here Yes, the world has changed since the time this I picked this up as a Kindle ebook andhas a number of Erle Stanley Gardner books available I loved the old TV series with Raymond Burr and the slightly newer ones featuring a much older Raymon Burr I like that the ebook format is allowing us to revisit a lot of older authors I am sometimes disappointed as I was with Leslie Charteris Enter the Saint Often these older novels just don t stand the test of time but that isn t the case here Yes, the world has changed since...

  3. says:

    I got confused with this one, the plotline was a good one but the ending and the reveal was poor.

  4. says:

    I picked up a bunch of old Perry Mason mysteries and thought I d try one I fondly remember reading several when I was a kid and they hold up well There are the usual archaic references to contemporary technology, and one very jarring reference to a Red River Valley in California where there were large cotton farms That was a bit ungeographical Not to mention the constant cigarette smoking It was just a given that everyone smoked And women were to be good looking and useful.Nevertheless, i I picked up a bunch of old Perry Mason mysteries and thought I d try one I fondly remember reading several when I was a kid and they hold up well There are the usual archaic references to contemporary technology, and one very jarring reference to a Red River Valley in California where there were large cotton farms That was a bit ungeographical Not to mention the constant cigarette smoking It was just a given that everyone smoked And women were to be good looking and useful.Nevertheless, interesting plot lines A wealthy blue blood, John Witherspoo...

  5. says:

    Just another atypical typical Perry Mason story Courtroom hysterics,suspects than you can shake a duck at, and a duck that sinks.It is interesting to read a book, set in the present at the time of its writing that is instructive of new developments that we ...

  6. says:

    This exactly scratched the Pulp Hero craving I had It never slows down Perry Mason is bigger than life, and always working angles that no one else sees I thought his would be unreadable, but it flies by and never crossed the line of reality that would kick me out of the story Does the mystery hang together I have no idea I m reading it for the style and a glimpse into a long gone age of fiction and history I got exactly what I wanted, hence the five stars The overall attitude towards wom This exactly scratched the Pulp Hero craving I had It never slows down Perry Mason is bigger than life, and always working angles that no one else sees I thought his would be unreadable, but it flies by and never crossed the line of reality that would kick me out of the story Does the mystery hang together I have no idea I m reading it for the style and a glimpse into a lo...

  7. says:

    Quintessential Perry Mason Gardener proves why he is the world s most read writer An astute observer of humankind and a love for justice as can be meted out in a framework of the American judicial system sums up the story in broad strokes All the players in this almost real life drama are brought to life flawlessly I was figuring the touch of the drowning duck would be gimmicky but Gardener uses it for some lessons in Chemistry as well as an interesting pivotal point Masterful and compelling Quintessential Perry Mason Gardener proves why he is the world s most read writer An a...

  8. says:

    Not one of the best Perry Masons The interesting thing here is that Mason isn t the defense attorney in the case, at least at first Of course, when he joins the team, he takes over completely It s also interesting that Mason meddles with evidence, and this nearly lands him in trou...

  9. says:

    Everything you like about MasonGood book based on a crazy premise A duck that can t swim I ve read other Mason mysteries but like this oneHas some of the usual law skirting antics Lots of work for the Drake detective agency and of course Della keeps it all together You won t be disappointed.

  10. says:

    It walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, but is it the SAME duck Erle Stanley Gardner was a rugged outdoorsman who objected to the stereotype of the attorney as a four eyed wimp hiding behind his law books In this book we see Perry Mason riding a horse and changing a tire We also learn that he puts on clean underwear after h...

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