Malcolm Sage, Detective

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Malcolm Sage, Detective

Malcolm Sage Detective MALCOLM SAGE had been a hot shot intelligence agent for Britain s Division Z during the Great War but when the fighting ceased his thirst for action and adventure didn t Fortunately his old chief f

  • Title: Malcolm Sage, Detective
  • Author: Herbert Jenkins
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • MALCOLM SAGE had been a hot shot intelligence agent for Britain s Division Z during the Great War, but when the fighting ceased, his thirst for action and adventure didn t Fortunately, his old chief from division Z helped him set up the Malcolm Sage Detective Bureau, and much merry mayhem and than a few ripping good yarns ensued Thrilling Detective

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    1. Bev on said:

      Malcolm Sage, Detective (1921) is a collection of short stories by Herbert Jenkins. Sage had been involved in intelligence for Britain's Z Division during World War I and when the war ended Sir John Dene (who owed much to Sage) helped set him up in the Malcolm Sage Detective Bureau--meant to be a British Pinkerton's. This volume details the first years of the agency's cases. Sage has a staff of devoted and able men and women--James Thompson, his principle assistant; Gladys Norman, confidential s [...]

    2. B.V. on said:

      English author Herbert George Jenkins (1876-1923) spent several years as a journalist and then worked for the publishing company The Bodley Head, before founding Herbert Jenkins Ltd which published many of P. G. Wodehouse's novels. His most popular fictional creation was the Cockney Mr. Joseph Bindle, who first appeared in a humorous novel in 1916.Jenkins also wrote a number of short stories about Detective Malcolm Sage, which were collected into one book in 1921. The stories feature Sage, with [...]

    3. Jeff Hobbs on said:

      Read so far: I Sir John Dene Receives His Orders II The Strange Case of Mr. Challoner III Malcolm Sage's Mysterious Movements IV The Surrey Cattle-Maiming Mystery V Inspector Wensdale Is Surprised VI The Stolen Admiralty Memorandum VII The Outrage at the Garage VIII Gladys Norman Dines with Thompson IX The Holding Up of Lady Glanedale X A Lesson in Deduction XI The McMurray Mystery XII The Marmalade Clue XIII The Gylston Slander XIV Malcolm Sage Plays Patience XV The Missing Heavyweight XVI The [...]

    4. Dgb on said:

      H.Jenkins is known mainly as writer and publisher of humor. This book is light-hearted, but, in Detective Sage he has created a unique and interesting character. A minor detective in the history of early British mystery but worth getting to know.A.Christie references this book in "Partners in Crime".

    5. John on said:

      Kindle EditionSage is quite an engaging character but the short stories in this volume are all very much of a type. To me they seem to be of the Sherlock Holmes type of observational detection with much use of magnifying glasses etc. I would have liked to see Sage in a full length novel but I don't think there is one. Not a bad nicely written but lightweight read.

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