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Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine February 1964 by  William Baldwin  Andrew Garve - Paperback - First Appearance - 1964 - from Scene of the Crime Books, IOBA (SKU: 17622)

Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine February 1964

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Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine February 1964

by Queen, Ellery (ed), Philip Wylie, Charlotte Armstrong, Robert Twohy, Robert L. Fish, Lord Dunsany, Florence V. Mayberry, Theodore Strugeon, Holly Orth, Davis Grubb, Nicholas Blake, Edward D. Hoch, Mark Van Doren, Andrew Garve, William Baldwin

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First appearance first printing of this collection of one short novel and 14 short stories by various authors. Collected are the following : Detective Short Novel - The Blizzard Murder Case by Philip Wylie. Run - If You Can by Charlotte Armstrong, The Victim of Coincidence by Robert Twohy, The Adventure of the Final Problem by Robert L. Fish, The Shop that Exchanged Evils by Lord Dunsany, Motion Picture in Mrs. Leister's Mind by Florence V. Mayberry, Holdup A La Carte by Theodore Sturgeon, The Loves in George's Life by Holly Roth, You Never Believe Me by Davis Grubb, Long Shot by Nicholas Blake, The Perfect Time for the Perfect Crime by Edward D. Hoch, The Wild Thing by Mark Van Doren, Who Would Steal a Mail Box? by Andrew Garve. EQMM "First" and "Second" Stories - The Last Man Aboard by William Baldwin and The Ring of a Telephone by William Baldwin. Light edge wear. Light rubbing to the surface of the covers. In fair condition.

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Bookseller
Scene of the Crime Books, IOBA CA (CA)
Bookseller Inventory #
17622
Title
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine February 1964
Author
Queen, Ellery (ed), Philip Wylie, Charlotte Armstrong, Robert Twohy, Robert L. Fish, Lord Dunsany, Florence V. Mayberry, Theodore Strugeon, Holly Orth, Davis Grubb, Nicholas Blake, Edward D. Hoch, Mark Van Doren, Andrew Garve, William Baldwin
Format/binding
Digest Magazine
Book condition
Used - Fair
Quantity available
1
Edition
First Appearance
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Davis Publications
Place of Publication
New York
Date published
1964
Bookseller catalogs
Thriller; Suspense; Short Story Collections; Mystery; Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine;

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About Scene of the Crime Books, IOBA

My wife and I have been operating Scene of the Crime Books since 1996. In 2004 we attempted to go against the market and open a storefront on Oakville Ontario. In August 2006 we closed the brick and mortar and humbly went back to just internet. We now do internet and appointment only through our home. So if you're in our neighborhood let us know 24 hours ahead of time. Thank you. Don Longmuir

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