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Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine September 1973 by  Edw  Ruth Rendell - Paperback - First edition first printing - 1973 - from Scene of the Crime Books, IOBA (SKU: 18586)

Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine September 1973

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Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine September 1973

by DiRienzo, Constance (ed), Issac Asimov, Edmund Crispin, William Brittain, Ron Goulart, J.J. Marric ( John Creasey ) Jacob Hay, Norah Lofts, Gary Brandner, Ira Solet, Vincent James, Rod Reed, James Powell, Agatha Christie, Robert L. Fish, Ruth Rendell, Edw

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First edition first printing of this collection of sixteen short stories. Collected are the following: A Warning to Miss Earth by Isaac Asimov, The Pencil by Edmund Crispin, Mr. Strange Follows Through by William Brittain, The Laughing Chef by Ron Goulart, Gideon and the Park Vandal by J.J. Marric aka John Creasey, Stoltzfuss' Revenge by Jacob Hay, The Man on the Telephone by Norah Lofts, Coyote Street by Gary Brandner, Musical Chairs by Ira Solet, When Tomorrow Comes by Vincent James, Give Me Lib, or Give Me Death by Rob Reed, A Murder Coming by James Powell, The Case of the Missing Lady by Agatha Christie, No Rough Stuff by Robert L. Fish, Trapped by Ruth Rendell, The Theft of the Cuckoo Clock by Edward D. Hoch. The Asimov story is a Black Widowers story. The J.J. Marric story is the first publication in the US. The Christie story is a Tuppence story and was originally published in 1929. This is the first publication of the Rendell story. Slight spine slant. Light edge wear. In good condition.

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Bookseller
Scene of the Crime Books, IOBA CA (CA)
Bookseller Inventory #
18586
Title
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine September 1973
Author
DiRienzo, Constance (ed), Issac Asimov, Edmund Crispin, William Brittain, Ron Goulart, J.J. Marric ( John Creasey ) Jacob Hay, Norah Lofts, Gary Brandner, Ira Solet, Vincent James, Rod Reed, James Powell, Agatha Christie, Robert L. Fish, Ruth Rendell, Edw
Format/binding
Digest Magazine
Book condition
Used - Good
Quantity available
1
Edition
First edition first printing
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Davis Publications
Place of Publication
New York
Date published
1973
Bookseller catalogs
Suspense; Short Story Collections; Mystery; Agatha Christie; Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine 1970's;

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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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