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Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine November 1965 by  Joan D. Ladd  M.L. Dunn - Paperback - First Appearance - 1965 - from Scene of the Crime Books, IOBA (SKU: 17639)

Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine November 1965

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Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine November 1965

by Queen, Ellery (ed), Hugh Pentecost, Erle Stanley Gardner, Michael Innes, Arthur Porges, Charles McIntosh, Cathie Haig Star, Agatha Christie, Lawrence Treat, Ellery Queen, Joe Gores, M.L. Dunn, Joan D. Ladd

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First appearance first printing of this collection of one Detective Novel, two Double Feature, five Short stories, two Halloween Stories and two First Stories. Collected here are the following: New Detective Novel complete: Jericho and the Silent Witness by Hugh Pentecost. Double Feature: Getting Away with Murder by Erle Stanley Gardner, Death as a Game by Michael Innes. Detective Short Stories: The Scientist and the Bagful of Water by Arthur Porges, Elementary, My Dear Job Seeker by Charles McIntosh, The Teccomehsire Fen Mystery by Cathie Haig Star, Poirot Indulges a Whim by Agatha Christie, A As in Accident by Lawrence Treat. Halloween Stories: The Halloween Mystery by Ellery Queen, The Seekers of Ultimates by Joe Gores. EQMM "First Stories": They's Things in the Deep Woods by M.L. Dunn, Tiger in the Cellar by Joan D. Ladd. The Gardner, Innes, Queen and Christie stories are reprints. The Christie story was earlier published as Adventure of the Cheap Flat. There is a 2 inch split between the front cover the heel of the spine. A moisture stain the to the rear cover along the spine. In fair condition.

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Scene of the Crime Books, IOBA CA (CA)
Bookseller’s Inventory #
17639
Title
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine November 1965
Author
Queen, Ellery (ed), Hugh Pentecost, Erle Stanley Gardner, Michael Innes, Arthur Porges, Charles McIntosh, Cathie Haig Star, Agatha Christie, Lawrence Treat, Ellery Queen, Joe Gores, M.L. Dunn, Joan D. Ladd
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
1965
Bookseller catalogs
Suspense; Short Story Collections; Mystery; Agatha Christie; Erle Stanley Gardner; Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine;

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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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