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About the Author: Erle Stanley Gardner

A.A. Fair, Kyle Corning, Charles M. Green, Carleton Kendrake, Charles J. Kenny, Les Tillray, and Robert Parr.

Innovative and restless in his nature, he was bored by the routine of legal practice, the only part of which he enjoyed was trial work and the development of trial strategy. In his spare time, he began to write for pulp magazines, which also fostered the early careers of Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler. He created many different series characters for the pulps, including the ingenious Lester Leith, a "gentleman thief" in the tradition of Raffles, and Ken Corning, a crusading lawyer who was the archetype of his most successful creation, the fictional lawyer and crime-solver Perry Mason, about whom he wrote more than eighty novels. With the success of Perry Mason, he gradually reduced his contributions to the pulp magazines, eventually withdrawing from the medium entirely, except for non-fiction articles on travel, Western history, and forensic science.

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10 thoughts on “The Case of the Drowsy Mosquito

  1. says:

    One of the few cases where Mason is an incidental lawyer. He is a detective here who just happens to be in the legal profession. There are no courtroom examinations and no arrests. It almost seems like just another whodunit! Nevertheless, the case is interesting and fast moving with a plausible, if predictable, end that Mason very adroitly serves up, f

  2. says:

    This was my first Perry Mason book, and I have to say it was quite good. It all came together in the end, and I didn't guess whodunnit, so that is good, and the writing is very good, but there was a lot of stuff about mining and law that I had trouble following and had to check back on. I spent a good deal of time re-reading due to all of the technicalities an

  3. says:

    Perry and Della spend time in the desert uncovering the ownership of salted gold mines. Then Perry proposes to Della. She turns him down. No courtroom scenes. Not one of my favorites.

  4. says:

    Prospecting, murder and a series of double-crosses to make your head spin.

    This 1940s entry in the long running series sees Perry Mason and Della Street spending a fair proportion of their time in the desert, and we get to learn all about a few sharp confidence tricks and how best to pull them off. Perry finds himself flirting perilously with the limits of profess

  5. says:

    I agree with a number of other readers in finding this plot complex and a bit hard to follow. Even with my law degree, the legalities of corporate law and fraud one needs to understand to follow this story were burdensome. I am not sure I ever sorted it all out.

    Some of the writing is better than usual for Gardner. There is also an attempt at humor represented by a charact

  6. says:

    If anyone has doubts that Perry and Della were "involved" romantically, or were moving that way, or should have been involved (!!), the last couple of pages of this book will remove your doubt.

  7. says:

    Perry Mason is sidelined by a droll lineup of characters and repeatedly breaks the law in a run-up to a solution that never sees the light of a courtroom.

  8. says:

    An excellent mystery, almost a parlor room mystery without a single scene in a courtroom.

  9. says:

    I personally thought this book was brilliant. What this story lacked in court room scenes and banter with Hamilton Burger, it made up for in drama, mystery, and it’s colorful cast of characters.

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