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  1. When a soccer player collapses and dies at a London stadium, it is up to Inspector Slade to catch the killer He always gets his man With little cooperation from those most likely to know anything useful, it is challenging The man was not popular, and motives or potential motives abound Slade suspects the murder is connected to the death of a girl a few years ago He just needs to make the puzzle pieces fitand he finally does I enjoyed this Golden Age mystery and would love to read mo When a soccer player collapses and dies at a London stadium, it is up to Inspector Slade to catch the killer He always gets his man With little cooperation from those most likely to know anything useful, it is challenging The man was not popular, and motives or potential motives abound Slade suspects the murder is connected to the death of a girl a few years ago He just needs to make the puzzle pieces fitand he finally does I enjoyed this Golden Age mystery and would love to readbooks wit...

  2. Up the Gunners Top football team Arsenal is playing a friendly against the Trojans an amateur team who have been on an amazing winning streak and are thrilled to be taking on the professionals The ground is jam packed seventy thousand spectators have crammed themselves onto the terraces, mostly Arsenal fans but plenty hoping the Trojans will play well and provide an exciting match But shortly into the second half, the Trojans newest player, right half John Doyce, collapses and has to be c Up the Gunners Top football team Arsenal is playing a friendly against the Trojans an amateur team who have been on an amazing winning streak and are thrilled to be taking on the professionals The ground is jam packed seventy thousand spectators have crammed themselves onto the terraces, mostly Arsenal fans but plenty hoping the Trojans will play well and provide an exciting match But shortly into the second half, the Trojans newest player, right half John Doyce, collapses and has to be carried off the field The game continues, with neither players nor crowd knowing that in the treatment room a desperate battle is being carried on to save Doyce s life By the time the final whistle is blown, the battle has been lost In a lot of ways, this is a standard murder mystery with a Scotland Yard Inspector as detective But what makes it unique is that it s set amid the real Arsenal team of its time of writing 1939 and the actual...

  3. This review can also be found on my blog.When Jack Doyce collapses during a football match and dies not much later it doesn t take long to discover that he was murdered And a suspect appears just as quickly Phillip Morring was Doyce s business partner His death means Morring receives a large sum of money from the life insurance They were on the football team together, so Morring had the opportunity to poison him and when Slade discovers that Morring s fianc e was having an affair with Doyce This review can also be found on my blog.When Jack Doyce collapses during a football match and dies not much later it doesn t take long to discover that he was murdered And a suspect appears just as quickly Phillip Morring was Doyce s business partner His death means Morring receives a large sum of money from the life insurance They were on the football team together, so Morring had the opportunity to poison him and when Slade discovers that Morring s fianc e was having an affair with Doyce it seems that everything fits together perfectly But Slade isn t fully convinced, especially after he finds out that Doyce was implicated in a tragedy that happened a few years back Is someone taking revenge But the evidence against Morring is piling up as well, so is perhaps the most obvious solution the right one after all The mystery itself is solid and keeps you guessing It does require some suspension of disbelief among...

  4. Now almost forgotten Golden Age author Gribble takes readers behind the scenes of pro am football soccer to us Americans when an obnoxious amateur dies during a big match The police are sure it s poison, but just how did he get the unusual drug during the game One of his teammates is also his business partner, and there seems to be plenty of motive involved, but Inspector Slade is not so sure Real players for the popular professional team Arsenal are characters, but not suspects, which must Now almost forgotten Golden Age author Gribble takes readers behind the scenes of pro am football soccer to us Americans when an obnoxious amateur dies during a big match The police are sure it s poison, but just how did he get the unusual drug during the game One of his teammates is also his business partner, and there seems to be plenty of motive involved, but Inspector Slade is not so sure Real players for the popular professional team Arsenal are characters, but not suspects, which must ...

  5. Highly enjoyable.

  6. The book of the film, though to know the film is most definitely not to know the book There s space for a bitlegwork and a fewtwists so approach it with an open mind and enjoy a real period piece.

  7. In his introduction to The Arsenal Stadium Mystery, Martin Edwards notes that the book is an unusual example of a Golden Age whodunit for three key reasons First, because the story focuses on the world of football, both professional and amateur, a sport that otherwise rarely features in mysteries from that era, perhaps due to issues of class and the fact that the popular enthusiastic amateur detectives tended to be gentlemen and sometimes ladies of leisure It is rather hard to imagine He In his introduction to The Arsenal Stadium Mystery, Martin Edwards notes that the book is an unusual example of a Golden Age whodunit for three key reasons First, because the story focuses on the world of football, both professional and amateur, a sport that otherwise rarely features in mysteries from that era, perhaps due to issues of class and the fact that the popular enthusiastic amateur detectives tended to be gentlemen and sometimes ladies of leisure It is rather hard to imagine Hercule Poirot, Lord Peter Wimsey or Gervase Fen participating in a casual kickabout although it wouldn t be too shocking to discover that Miss Marple had a surprisingly powerful left foot Second, since a large number of the supporting characters, that is, manager George Allison and the Arsenal football team, are real people Third, because Leonard Gribble s story was originally serialised in a newspaper, with the novel version unashamedly serving as a film tie in in order to generate both public...

  8. An up and coming star soccer player collapses in front of several thousand fans during a match at the Arsenal Stadium in London Scotland Yard is summoned when he later dies and Inspector Slade comes to the scene Slade and his assistant Sergeant Clinton investigate the murder amidst the local colour of the soccer stadium, the teams and their routines At the beginning of the story there s some running commentary about the on field action, but intimate knowledge of the soccer game is not necessa An up and coming star soccer player collapses in front of several thousand fans during a match at the Arsenal Stadium in London Scotland Yard is summoned when he later dies and Inspector Slade comes to the scene Slade and his assistant Sergeant Clinton investigate the murder amidst the local colour of the soccer stadium, the teams and their routines At the beginning of the story there s some running commentary about the on field action, but intimate knowledge of the soccer game is not necessary to follow the story Of course there s plenty of non sports activity involving the players personal lives and careers which leads to the introduction of several interesting characters As with many Golden Age mysteries, the murder victim here is not well liked by others, leaving the inspector a full slate of potential killers, both in the soccer world and the victim s personal life The investigation narrative flows smoothly at...