Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine Mid-September 1983
by Jordan, Cathleen (ed), James Holding, Ron Butler, Malcolm McClintick, Mike Cohen, Leslie Alan Horvitz, James A. Noble, Walter Satterthwait, James Thurber
- near fine
- Near Fine
St. Catharines, Ontario
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About This Item
First Appearance first printing of this collection of 7 new short stories and one classic reprint. Collected here are the following: First Class All the Way by James Holding, The Irreverent Reverend Abbot by Ron Butler, A Net of Circumstances by Malcolm McClintick, Last Trip to Badger Valley by Mike Cohen, The Bay Side of Neptune Street by Leslie Alan Horvitz, The Odds Against Mack Meadows by James A. Noble, The Smoke People by Walter Satterthwait. The classic reprinted story is The Macbeth Murder Mystery by James Thurber. In near fine condition.
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- Scene of the Crime Books, IOBA (CA)
- Bookseller's Inventory #
- Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine Mid-September 1983
- Jordan, Cathleen (ed), James Holding, Ron Butler, Malcolm McClintick, Mike Cohen, Leslie Alan Horvitz, James A. Noble, Walter Satterthwait, James Thurber
- Digest Magazine
- Book condition
- Used - Near Fine
- First Appearance first printing
- Davis Publications
- Place of Publication
- New York
- Date Published
- Bookseller catalogs
- Suspense; Short Story Collections; Mystery; Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine;
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