Chronicles of Martin Hewitt by Arthur Morrison (2015-07-20)

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  • By Fantasyman on February 13, 2013

    Just finished reading this, liked it very much. The stories in this collection run the gamut from murder and theft to anarchists and disappearances. These stories have stood the test of time very well, published almost a century ago, they still have the ability to hold the reader's interest.Arthur Morrison's detective, Marin Hewitt, does seem to have a touch of Sherlock Holmes in him; he is very observant, keeps his solutions to the mystery to himself until he has proved his theory, and solves the mysteries he tackles with a certain flair. On the other hand, Martin Hewitt doesn't have the obsessive idiosyncrasies of Sherlock Holmes; he is not addicted to cocaine, has no obsession with music, and doesn't go into a blue funk when there is no intriguing mystery to challenge his intellect. Quite the contrary, Mr. Hewitt maintains a perfectly respectable business in private investigations, even to the extent of having an office and a clerk. Martin Hewitt seems to be a perfectly normal person with an abnormally keen insight into investigations. Of the two, Holmes would certainly make the far more interesting character study, yet, Hewitt seems somehow to be more real and less of an artifact of the imagination, if it is possible to say such a thing about a fictional character.For free on Kindle, it would be a crime not to nab this collection.

  • By LittleMac on July 11, 2012

    Early 20th century pulp detective fiction--fun to read. I won't attempt to review Mr Morrison's writing skill but I will caution that the Martin Hewitt story collections listed on Amazon (and elsewhere) show overlap of content and some cases of multiple titles for the same collection. Before selecting a collection, be sure to look at the table of contents to see whether you might already have the stories in another collection.

  • By Customer Review on May 3, 2016

    These are detective stories. Interesting and thoroughly explained, though I wouldn't call them riveting.

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