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The 50 Greatest Mysteries Of All Time (1998, original release: 1998)
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Call Number MYSTERY/FIFTY/SC


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Published: Los Angeles, CA : Dove Books : distributed by Penguin USA, [1998] ©1998
Description:  viii, 567 pages ; 24 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 0787109630 :,
Language:  English




(cont.) Chaser / Perfect crime / Yours truly, Jack the Ripper / Blind spot / Catbird seat / Recipe for murder / Nine mile walk / Kill or be killed / Specialty of the house / Nearly perfect / Gettysburg Bugle / Last spin / Stand up and die! / A new leaf / Snail-watcher / Long way down / Man who never told a lie / I have / Quitters, Inc. / Horn man / New girl friend / By the dawn's early light / Iris / High Darktown / Pietro Andromache / Soft monkey / Hand of Carlos / Karen makes out /

Purloined letter / A terribly strange bed / Three strangers / Red-headed league / Corpus delecti / Gentlemen and players / A journey / Leopard man's story / A retrieved reformation / Problem of Cell 13 / Absent-minded coterie / Invisible man / Infallible Godahl / Adventure of the unique "Hamlet" / Gioconda smile / Haircut / Killers / Hands of Mr. Ottermole / Little house at Croix-Rousse / Case of the missing patriarchs / Clerical error / Two bottles of relish /



Edgar Allan Poe -- Wilkie Collins -- Thomas Hardy -- Arthur Conan Doyle -- Melville Davisson Post -- E.W. Hornung -- Edith Wharton -- Jack London -- O. Henry -- Jacques Futrelle -- Robert Barr -- G.K. Chesterton -- Frederick Irving Anderson -- Vincent Starrett -- Aldous Huxley -- Ring Lardner -- Ernest Hemingway -- Thomas Burke -- Georges Simenon -- Logan Clendening -- James Gould Cozzens -- Lord Dunsany

John Collier -- Ben Ray Redman -- Robert Bloch -- Barry Perowne -- James Thurber -- C.P. Donnel Jr. -- Harry Kemelman -- Ogden Nash -- Stanley Ellin -- A.A. Milne -- Ellery Queen -- Evan Hunter -- Mickey Spillane -- Jack Ritchie -- Patricia Highsmith -- Edward D. Hoch -- Isaac Asimov -- John Gardner -- Stephen King -- Clark Howard -- Ruth Rendell -- Lawrence Block -- Stephen Greenleaf -- James Ellroy -- Sara Paretsky -- Harlan Ellison -- Charles McCarry -- Elmore Leonard

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Additional Credits:
Penzler, Otto.

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