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In 'Where's Emily', Carolyn Wells offers readers a fascinating tapestry of narrative poised at the intersection of classic detective fiction and literary introspection. Her prose echoes the stylistic hallmarks of the golden age of mystery, drawing readers into a labyrinthine journey accented with keen observation and characters carved in high relief. The novel's substance is a testament to Wells's sagacity in crafting intricate plots amidst the landscape of human emotion and ambition. As part of DigiCat Publishing's initiative, the preservation and celebration of this work maintain it as a beacon of cultural heritage in our contemporary milieu.

Carolyn Wells was a prolific writer, best known for her mysteries and for her poems for children. Her work often reflected a profound understanding of human nature and societal norms. This background, coupled with a sharp wit and undeniable mastery of the whodunit narrative, led her to the creation of 'Where's Emily'. In this particular work, Wells's passion for mystery and her insight into the human condition converge, producing a work that marries intellectual rigor with the timeless allure of a well-spun yarn.

For connoisseurs of classic crime novels, 'Where's Emily' emerges as an indispensable addition to their libraries. It stands not solely as a compelling mystery but as a vibrant piece of literary artistry, exemplifying the enduring spirit of a genre that continues to captivate and challenge. DigiCat's edition ensures that another generation of readers can engage with Wells's intellect and narrative flair, confirming that her legacy, like her mysteries, remains unforgotten and celebrated.


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Carolyn Wells, Carolyn Wells
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Where's Emily
Biografía del Autor
<p>Carolyn Wells was a prolific American writer, born on June 18, 1862, in Rahway, New Jersey, and passing away on March 26, 1942. Spanning a writing career that covered the late 19th and early 20th centuries, she was particularly known for her mysteries, poetry, humor, and children\'s literature. Her literary style often incorporated clever wordplay and humor, characteristics that won the hearts of both young and adult readers. Wells\' bibliography is extensive, with one of her notable works being \'Where\'s Emily,\' a mystery that intertwines suspense with her signature wit. While less discussed today, Wells was a significant contributor to the genre of detective fiction, writing over 170 books. Among these, the Fleming Stone Detective Stories stand out as a testament to her skill in crafting intriguing puzzles and engaging sleuth narratives. Wells\' work was deeply influenced by writers like Anna Katherine Green, and she later became a pivotal figure inspiring future generations of mystery writers. A testament to her influence and productivity, Carolyn Wells was a mainstay in American literary circles of her time, and her work continues to resonate with enthusiasts of classic mystery and early 20th-century literature.</p>
ISBN: 8596547184997
Referencia: BW1037904446

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