Writing is usually a solitary pastime, yet a group of detective fiction authors in the early 1930s decided to work together on murder mystery stories. Is it possible to construct a compelling whodunnit this way, or do too many cooks spoil the broth?
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Books and articles mentioned in order of appearance:
—The Scoop & Behind the Screen by members of the Detection Club
—The Floating Admiral by certain members of the Detection Club
—The Fate of Fenella by Arthur Conan Doyle and others
—The Golden Age of Murder by Martin Edwards
—Ask A Policeman by members of the Detection Club
—The Anatomy of Murder by members of the Detection Club
—Six Against the Yard by members of the Detection Club
—The Sinking Admiral by members of the Detection Club