The Shadow on the Glass: A Harley Quin Short Story

July 5, 2016 - Comment

At Mr. and Mrs. Unkerton’s party in Greenway’s House, Mr. Satterthwaite learns of a haunted window: No matter how many times it is replaced, it always contains the image of a gentleman in a plumed hat. When gunshots are heard, Satterthwaite finds that two of the guests have been shot dead, which is shortly followed

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At Mr. and Mrs. Unkerton’s party in Greenway’s House, Mr. Satterthwaite learns of a haunted window: No matter how many times it is replaced, it always contains the image of a gentleman in a plumed hat. When gunshots are heard, Satterthwaite finds that two of the guests have been shot dead, which is shortly followed by a sighting of the gentleman in the newly-replaced windowpane. Can Mr. Quin shed light on the mystery?

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P. C. Irwin says:

The shadow on th e glass Another triumph for Agatha, she always comes up. with some kind of. devious twist and a few red herrings to boot. There’s always some social twist wrapped around everything as well. Like as not some sort of irony thrown as well. You are never kept in the dark forever, but she quite skillfully ma as makes you wait for the crucial point until she’s ready for the wrap up.

DeEdra Phillips says:

Where are the good mystery writers gone? Agatha always opens a new door. I am so glad that we had mystery writers who could tell a good story with sex, race cars, blood and guts. You are left thinking over the story line rather than having nightmares about mutilated bodies.

mommyofone says:

As Always… As always, Agatha Christie wrote another great mystery. This is my first Harley Quin short story and was pleasantly surprised. I always enjoy a good short story, and that is what I got when I read this book.

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