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The Mask of Death

by Nicholas Carter

It tells the story of a detective who is tasked with solving a complex murder case involving a wealthy and powerful family. The novel was first published in 1930 and has since become a classic in the mystery genre. As the story unfolds, the detective, Nick Carter, must navigate a web of lies, deceit, and betrayal in order to uncover the truth behind the murder. With each twist and turn, he uncovers new clues that lead him closer to the killer. Along the way, he encounters a cast of intriguing characters, each with their own motivations and secrets. Throughout the novel, Carter's determination and sharp wit are put to the test as he races against time to catch the killer before they strike again. With plenty of suspense and action, "The Mask of Death" is a thrilling read that will keep readers on the edge of their seats. Overall, this book is an excellent example of classic mystery writing that is sure to entertain fans of the genre. The attention to detail and the intricate plot make it a standout among other mystery novels. Whether you are a seasoned fan of mysteries or a newcomer to the genre, "The Mask of Death" is definitely worth checking out.

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Language

English

Original Language

English

Published In

1930

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Nicholas Carter is a popular character who has been featured in a variety of media. He is a skilled detective who is always willing to fight for justice, who began as a dime novel private detective in...

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