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review ☆ Le mystère de la chambre jaune Gaston Louis de la PDF/EPUB Á Alfred Leroux was a French journalist and author of detective fictionIn the English speaking world he is best known for writing the novel The Phantom of the Opera Le Fantôme de l'Opéra which has been made into several film and stage productions of the same name such as the film starring Lon Chaney and Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical It was also the basis of the .

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  • Pramod Nair

    review ☆ Le mystère de la chambre jaune Le mystère de la chambre jauneThe Mystery of the Yellow Room by Gaston Leroux originally written in French as ‘ Le Mystère de la Chambre Jaune’ in 1908 is the first book featuring the fictional reporter and amateur sleuth Joseph Rouletabille With The Mystery of the Yellow Room Gaston Leroux – who is best known for his novel The Phantom of the Opera popularized an entire subge


  • Helga

    review ☆ Le mystère de la chambre jaune Le mystère de la chambre jaune15I thought this book would never finishIt was one of those stories in which there are no clues for the reader and the reader feels stupid and confused and the other characters in the book also are dense and don’t see what’s in front of them and ask stupid uestions when the brilliant detectivejournalist sheds light on something Let’s say the detective says “the culprit went this way” His companion asks “how do you know that” Dude you don’t have to be Sherlock Holmes to see there are muddy footprints right in front of youAnyway the very brilliant detectivejournalist solves the mystery in the end In fact from almost the beginning he knows who is the culprit and how he got out of the locked room but for some reason he doesn’t divulge the solution which by the way has not a hint of logic to it and makes us read all th


  • Piyangie

    review ☆ Le mystère de la chambre jaune Le mystère de la chambre jauneThe Mystery of the Yellow Room is a locked room mystery novels written by Gaston Leroux Having read only his famous Phantom of the Opera I was surprised to learn that he has authored books in mystery genre However knowing the Leroux's capacity to create so dark and villainous characters I was very much inclined to read this work which is the first novel introducing the reporterdetective Joseph Rouletabille A murder was attempted in a closed room and the perpetrator has fled leaving few traces and evidence An inuiry is set immediately but the nature of the circumstantial evidence leads it nowhere In join the young reporter with his genius mind and slowly and steadily he works his way up to unravel the baffling myster


  • Bev

    review ☆ Le mystère de la chambre jaune Le mystère de la chambre jauneThe Mystery of the Yellow Room by Gaston Leroux is hailed as one of the first locked room crime novels It has been named by some as the third best locked room mystery of all time John Dickson Carr master of the locked room and impossible crime himself has sung its praises And it is credited with inspiring Agatha Christie to try


  • Jess Penhallow

    review ☆ Le mystère de la chambre jaune Le mystère de la chambre jauneThis was a fun short mystery book After reading this I am surprised that Gaston Leroux is mainly known for The Phantom of the Opera beca


  • Kim

    review ☆ Le mystère de la chambre jaune Le mystère de la chambre jauneA locked room mystery which does not involve a murder this 1907 French novel was written by the writer who gave The Phantom of the Opera to the world It contains red herrings aplenty and a rather annoying detective a smart alecky 18 year old pipe smoking genius who works as a journalist The narrator is Dr Watson to his Sherlock


  • Martin

    review ☆ Le mystère de la chambre jaune Le mystère de la chambre jauneFinally I brought myself to finish the lauded short novel 'The Mystery of the Yellow Room' by Gaston Leroux It is hailed as one of the most original works of mystery fiction written and has been named as one of the pioneers of the locked room genre We are introduced to the young journalist Joseph Rouletabille who throws himself into the investigation of a mysterious murder at Chateau du Glandier A murder that takes place in a room that has been locked from the inside with no possible means of escape Right away we are introduced to one of the many plot holes in the


  • Anastasia

    review ☆ Le mystère de la chambre jaune Le mystère de la chambre jauneAmazing story Dense but ingenious I really enjoyed it


  • Nancy Oakes

    review ☆ Le mystère de la chambre jaune Le mystère de la chambre jauneFirst written in 1908 The Mystery of the Yellow Room is considered one of the classics of the locked roomimpossible crime genre Believe me by the time you finish reading about the crime never mind the rest of the book you'll be scratching your head saying how on earth did this just happen It seems that one Mathilde Stangerson goes off to her room called The Yellow Room in a pavilion where she and her father work at scientific experiments The door is locked then she is heard to scream followed by 2 gun shots As her father and one of the servants rush to the door they break it open and find only Mathilde with fresh strangulation marks a lump on the head and bloody handprints on the walls But that's it There's no one else there and there's no way in the world whoever did this could have possibly escaped Thus begins a very strange mystery I can't say any


  • Leah

    review ☆ Le mystère de la chambre jaune Le mystère de la chambre jauneBrilliantly bafflingMademoiselle Mathilde Stangerson is attacked in her yellow bedroom by a murderer wielding a mutton bone When her father and the other people in the house break down the door Mlle S is on the floor and her murderer is nowhere to be found There are three exceedingly strange things about this – one how did the murderer get out of a room in which the only door and window were securely locked; and two why does everyone keep calling him a murderer when Mlle S is still alive; and three a mutton boneOK to my great disappointment I discovered a mutton bone is actually the name given to a club like weapon much used by villains of the day so that solves number three Number 2 – the murderer with the living victim – becomes progressively hysterical as the book goes on and Mlle S stubb