Published: Chicago, Ill. : Chicago Review Press, c2008 Description: ix, 501 p. ; 24 cm ISBN/ISSN: 9781556527975, 1556527977, 1556527977 :, Language: English
The black cat / Lamb to the slaughter / Philomel cottage / The adventure of the speckled band / The hands of Mr. Ottermole / The perfect crime / Avenging chance / The dark snow / The speciality of the house / Suspicion / The adventure of the needle's eye / Bech noir / Never shake a family tree / Dark journey / The fall of a coin / The two bottles of relish / The eleventh juror / The inquisitive butcher of Nice / The silver mask / Keller on the spot / The invisible witness / Under suspicion / H as in homicide / The adventure of Abbey Grange / The turn of the tide /
Edgar Allan Poe -- Roald Dahl -- Agatha Christie -- A. Conan Doyle -- Thomas Burke -- Ben Ray Redman -- Anthony Berkeley -- Brendan DuBois -- Stanley Ellin -- Dorothy L. Sayers -- Ellery Queen -- John Updike -- Donald E. Westlake -- Francis Iles -- Ruth Rendell -- Lord Dunsany -- Vincent Starrett -- James Holding -- Hugh Walpole -- Lawrence Block -- Anthony Gilbert -- Clark Howard -- C.S. Forester -- Lawrence Treat -- A. Conan Doyle
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