5 edition of Malcolm Sage found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Herbert Jenkins ...|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.J416 Ma, PR6019.E514 Ma|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii p., 1 l., 11-288 p.|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||21002758|
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Malcolm Sage, Detective () 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/5.
In "Malcolm Sage, Detective," the author describes a series of cases taken up by a character introduced earlier in the same author's comedic novel "John Dene of Toronto: A Comedy of Whitehall." In the follow-on book, the appropriately named Mr.
Sage is described as a slightly eccentric character who heads a small private detective agency and 4/5(8). Jenkins also wrote a number of short stories about Detective Malcolm Sage, which were collected into one book in and titled "Malcolm Sage: Detective." The stories feature Sage, with his bald, conical head, "determined" jaw, and protruding ears, who worked first as an accountant, but after uncovering shady practices at high levels of the 4/5(8).
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Malcolm Sage raised his eyes to Sir Lyster, who was standing implacable and merciless. The girl’s head had fallen forward upon the table, and her shoulders were heaving convulsively. Rising, Malcolm Sage walked across and placed his hand upon her arm.
The others in turn shook hands in a way that caused Malcolm Sage to wonder why America had not long since ceased to be a Republic. The men dropped into chairs in various parts of the room, and Rogers, who had disappeared at a signal from Malcolm Malcolm Sage book, now.
Malcolm Sage is a pure geek but, paradoxically, loved by everyone. The collection of his cases is well written and presents a detective with a heart, even if he doesn't look like it.
It's that what makes the book special among the mystery pulp of that time/5(2). Malcolm Sage, detective By: Herbert George Jenkins () A collection of short stories that chronicles the first year of the Malcolm Sage Detective Bureau.3/5(1).
"Malcolm Sage, Detective" is a novel by Herbert George Jenkins. "'What are you going to do for Mr. Sage, now that Department Z is being demobbed. You know you like him, because you didn't want to ginger him up, and you mustn't forget that he saved your life, '. So for the price everyone else charges for just 1 book, we offer you UNLIMITED audio books, e-books and language courses to download and enjoy as you please.
Sage is of the observational school and is keen on the use of photography: "Malcolm Sage never failed to emphasise the impo more.
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Books. Go Search Hello Select your address 4/5(6). 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 more than a few ripping good yarns : Booklassic. The Paperback of the Malcolm Sage: Detective by Herbert George Jenkins at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more.
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Malcolm Sage, Detective Quotes Showing of 3 “Returning home on the evening of his engagement he had bewildered Mrs. Tims by seizing her as she stood in front of the kitchen-stove, a frying-pan full of sausages in her hand, and waltzing her round the kitchen, frying-pan and : Herbert George Jenkins.
Malcolm Sage, detective Herbert George JENKINS ( - ) A collection of short stories that chronicles the first year of the Malcolm Sage.
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As Head of the School of Health and Social Care he has responsibility for academic leadership and, with others, developing mental health research. Malcolm Sage and Sir James between them succeeded in placing young Dane more at his ease. The haunted, shell-shock look left his eyes, and the twitching disappeared from the corners of his mouth.
It was nearly nine o'clock when the distant moan of a hooter announced to Malcolm Sage's alert ears the return of Tims. Patterson, Malcolm.
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1 List of books.A great read, a series of short vignettes, rather than the single long story "John Dene of Toronto" in which Malcolm Sage also appears. This book has less obvious comedy than the former book.
On the other hand, there is some evidence of sly, tongue in cheek, humour. A few typos, but the book itself is good.4/5(6).