Eighteen short stories sure to delight and intrigue the most astute armchair detective.
In typical Appleby fashion, these mysteries are as comical as they are perplexing and endlessly entertaining.
Leading the reader through dusty library shelves, dark alleys, and decaying mansions, and filled with tales of murder and mischief, ghosts and goblins, this novel is a witty, offbeat collection of Golden Age mysteries from one of the most esteemed writers of Classic Crime.
Appleby Talks Again was first published in 1956.
‘Mr Innes is in a class by himself among detective story writers.’ — Times Literary Supplement
‘Wickedly witty.’ — The Daily Mail
‘As farfetched and literary as Sayers’ — Cambridge Companion on Crime Fiction