Guest Review: Catch the Gold Ring by John Stephen Strange
Latest Posts / February 15, 2012

First thing’s first.  Many thanks to Zohar for letting me pontificate and obfuscate on his very cool blog.  I’ve been a reader of his for a little while now, and I’m extremely impressed by what he’s got going on here.  I’m also extremely thankful for the opportunity to be a part of it. Now that the brown-nosing is out of the way, allow me to introduce myself.  My name is Jonathan, and I’m addicted to old books.  Well, maybe not “addicted.”  Fond of?  Intrigued by?  Irresistibly drawn to?  Hmm.  Maybe “addicted” was the right word after all.  At any rate, I operate a blog called I Read a Book Once where I offer up armchair literary criticism on both new and old texts, but, as you can probably imagine, the old ones captivate me the most. Which brings me to the whole point of this exercise, a little book called Catch the Gold Ring by John Stephen Strange.  As you might surmise, that name is a pseudonym.  It’s way too cool to be the genuine article.  The author’s real name is Dorothy Stockbridge Tillett, an English writer (and female!) who published 22 mysteries over a nearly 50 year career.  Since…

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