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A New Omnibus Of Crime (2005)
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Call Number MYSTERY/NEW/SC


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LocationCall NumberItem Status
MysteriesMYSTERY/NEW/SCAvailable
Published: New York : Oxford University Press, 2005
Description:  434 p. ; 21 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 0195182146 (hardcover : alk. paper), 9780195182149,
Language:  English


Includes index



The man who knew how / The girl with the silver eyes / Red wind / The wench is dead / Gone girl / The couple next door / By the scruff of the soul / Flowers that bloom in the spring / Woodrow Wilson's necktie / Loopy / Great aunt Allie's fly papers / First lead gasser / Chee's witch / Breath deep / Rumpole and the bubble reputation / A poison that leaves no trace / Photo finish / The crime of Miss Oyster Brown / Red clay / Barking at butterflies / Running out of dog / Hostages / When the women come out to dance / The hanged man / The holly and the poison ivy / Copycat / He loved to go for drives with his father /



Dorothy L. Sayers -- Dashiell Hammett -- Raymond Chandler -- Frederic Brown -- Ross Macdonald -- Margaret Millar -- Dorothy Salisbury Davis -- Julian Symons -- Patricia Highsmith -- Ruth Rendell -- P. D. James -- Tony Hillerman -- Tony Hillerman -- Donald E. Westlake -- John Mortimer -- Sue Grafton -- Sara Paretsky -- Peter Lovesey -- Michael Malone -- Ed McBain -- Dennis Lehane -- James Crumley -- Elmore Leonard -- Ian Rankin -- Catherine Aird -- Jeffery Deaver -- Alexander McCall Smith

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