people. Erle Stanley Gardner (), Perry Mason, Della Street, Dick Sprague, Jerry Marr (All 3 fictional characters), Paul Drake. Perry Mason is a fictional character, a criminal defense lawyer who was the main character in works of detective fiction written by Erle Stanley Gardner. Perry. Jan 16, Perry Mason Ebook Collection By Erle Stanley Gardner 85 Books | Size: MB | ePub.
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Perry Mason has 9 entries in the series. Perry Mason (Series). Book Erle Stanley Gardner Author (). cover image of The Case of the Vagabond Virgin . Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Born in Malden, Massachusetts, Erle Stanley Gardner This title is not currently available for download. Share. Kindle App Ad. The Case of the Gilded Lily (Perry Mason) by [Gardner, Erle Stanley. Editorial Reviews. Language Notes. The voice on the phone was young and silky . The woman it belonged to touched something soft in Perry Mason's cool.
New edition of this novel, available on-line on March 5, These readers wanted books with dramatic action, exciting plots, uncomplicated characters, and surprises galore, something to break the monotony of the long economic and postwar recovery and provide some moments of excitement. This pulp fiction genre included hard boiled detective stories, adventures, westerns, cozy mysteries, spicy romances, trips to other worlds, and other escapes from reality, and they were hugely popular.
One author who bridged the gap between literary fiction and pulp fiction, was Erle Stanley Gardner, a man who found his metier early in life. A lawyer for fifteen years, he has said that while he enjoyed litigation and the development of trial strategy, that he was bored by the day-to-day work in the office. He soon began writing stories for pulp magazines, setting as his writing goal over a million words per year, and using some of his cases as inspiration.
Beginning in with his first novel, he eventually developed the Perry Mason series, which, alone, consists of eighty novels. Many other novels were written under seven different pen names, A.
Fair being the most recognizable one. Gardner quickly developed a style which fit his legal experience and interests, and modern readers discovering him for the first time, and older readers who have not read him in years, will be intrigued by the obvious formula which governs his work.
In every case, the characters are introduced briefly, and their upcoming roles in the book are quickly established. Gardner is interested in the facts and has no interest in developing personal psychologies or complex motives in the plot, and he keeps the character list simple and the action moving very quickly.
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