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Author: Henry Beam Piper
Detective Jefferson Davis Rand is hired to examine a large gun collection after the owner seemingly commits suicide, and he discovers foul play.
Excellent book. Kept me guessing until the end.
I enjoyed this book. Learned a lot about firearms history as well which was a bonus.
enjoyed this story. fun and liked the references to the guns histories.
Mr. Piper has a distinct style of writing to keep a reader magnitized to "Murder in the Gunroom". This is a facinating book designed to keep you guessing about 'Who Done It'. With all the twists and turns incorporated into the story, one has no idea until the VERY END! Thank you Mr. Piper.
he should write more mysteries. A really excellent read.
I liked the book. It lacks a bit of momentum at the end, but all in all it is a good read.
Interesting period set muder,mystery
very entertaining right to the end.
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