Fizzyatry: The Black Dream by Conyth Little (1953)

Agatha Bunson is a woman troubled. A cleanliness freak (or suffering from OCD as the new stuff of fizzyatry would diagnose it), she just can't stand her sloppy, dirty cook, Em. The only thing is that she can't throw Em or the general handyman Fred out as her father's will stipulates that she has to … Continue reading Fizzyatry: The Black Dream by Conyth Little (1953)

Murder in a Boarding House: The Black Shrouds by Conyth Little (1941)

Diana Prescott, leaves her comfortable home and millionaire father, as she wants to become an actress while all he wants is for her to settle into quite domesticity. Coming to New York, she rents a room at Mrs. Lulu Markham's boarding house and becomes friends with Barbara, Mrs. Markham's daughter and an aspiring actress too. … Continue reading Murder in a Boarding House: The Black Shrouds by Conyth Little (1941)

Rustling in the Dark: The Black Lady by Conyth Little (1943)

"By the time Dodson gets here in his slow-motion vehicle," he muttered, "we'll be a bunch of maniacs." Marina Hays is invited to spend a weekend at their country-home by her friends, Elizabeth and Marge Packett. Also invited is another friend, Gert. The four are met at the station by Randall, the brother of the … Continue reading Rustling in the Dark: The Black Lady by Conyth Little (1943)