Louis Tracy (1863-1928) was a British journalist and prolific writer of detective fiction. Tracy is best known for creating the characters of Reginald Brett, Barrister Detective and police Inspectors Furnaux and Winter. He also collaborated on several works with fellow writer M.P. Shiel, with whom he shared the pseudonyms Gordon Holmes and Robert Fraser.
The Albert Gate Mystery by Louis Tracy [Reginald Brett, Barrister Detective #2]by Louis Tracy
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Set in early 20th-century London, this mystery centers on a group of Turks who take up residence in Albert Gate for the purpose of having fifty incredible diamonds cut and polished for the Ottoman sultan. Under the protection of the British government and surrounded by police and guards, one morning finds the diamonds missing and four Turks murdered in their rooms.
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