I always rejoice when I get the chance to read a classic mystery. The Tangled Miracle by Canadian author Bertram Brooker was originally published in 1936 under the pseudonym Huxley Herne, and has recently been re-released by indie publisher Invisible Publishing which has a Throwback Series that re-introduces public-domain books. A locked room mystery of sorts, this book touches upon some very timely themes including fake news and the power and persuasion of money. My booktube videos always seem to be the most popular when I review classic novels, so I’ve got my fingers crossed that the video review below will be helpful for some people. And sorry about the cat hacking away in the background – Makita has sinus problems so she’s always in the midst of a sneezing attack – plus it’s allergy season.

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