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An edition of Best of the best detective stories (1971)

Best of the best detective stories

25th anniversary collection. — [1st ed.]

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This edition published in by Dutton in New York.

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380 pages

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The man who lost his head, by B. Fischer.
The wine glass, by A. A. Milne.
The adventure of the President's half disme, by E. Queen.
Murder in one scene, by Q. Patrick.
The million-to-one chance, by R. Vickers.
The orderly world of Mr. Appleby, by S. Ellin.
Total recall, by J. Helvick.
The dusty drawer, by H. Muheim.
The attacker, by M. Wolson.
The choice, by R. Deming.
The conscience of the cop, by W. Fay.
The last spin, by E. Hunter.
Secret recipe, by C. Mergendahl.
The day the children vanished, by H. Pentecost.
Murder method, by T. Powell.
For all the rude people, by J. Ritchie.
My sister Annabelle, by De Forbes.
The cattywampus, by B. Deal.
Routine investigation, by R. Twohy.
The locked house, by S. Barr.
The yellow brick road, by G. Williams.
The road to Damascus, by M. Gilbert.
The sooey pill, by E. Slater.
The lord of Central Park, by A. Davidson.
A quarter century of the best: a checklist (p. 371-380)


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