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'A detective story of the first class, written with adroitness, humor, and a clever plot.' Boston Transcript 'With a black detective to solve the crime and with just enough humor on the side, the author gives us a well-constructed thriller of a little known side of Harlem life.' Rumana McManis '...a puzzling mystery yarn which is at the same time a lively picture of Harlem...' The New York Times --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
About the Author
A distinguished physician and researcher, Rudolph Fisher published stories in many leading publications, wrote many critical reviews and was a frequent contributor to the Herald Tribune's Books. The Conjure-Man Dies was his final novel before his untimely death in 1934. --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.