"The Red House Mystery" is a classic detective novel written by A.A. Milne, who is best known for creating Winnie the Pooh. The story revolves around the mysterious death of Mark Ablett, the master of the Red House.
The protagonist, amateur detective Antony Gillingham, arrives at the Red House and teams up with his friend, Bill Beverley, to solve the case. As they investigate, they encounter a cast of eccentric characters, each with their own secrets and motives. The novel combines elements of humor and traditional mystery, and it keeps readers engaged as Gillingham and Beverley unravel the clues and expose the truth behind the Red House Mystery. The book is known for its wit, clever plotting, and the unexpected twists that keep readers guessing until the end.
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