Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine Presents Fifty Years of by Linda Landrigan

By Linda Landrigan

From Ed McBain to Sara Paretsky: a party of over fifty years of poser masterworks.

For over fifty years, Alfred Hitchcock’s secret Magazine has been one of many leading magazines of poser and suspense. This celebratory anthology positive aspects such bestselling writers as Lawrence Block, Ed McBain, and Jan Burke, simply 3 of the esteemed participants to have seemed within the magazine’s pages during the last 5 decades.

This awesome anthology displays the variety of each factor of the journal: historicals and police procedurals, cozies and noirs, humor and suspense. From Jim Thompson within the fifties and Donald Westlake within the sixties, to fresh tales by means of S. J. Rozan, Martin Limon, and Rhys Bowen, this anthology files over a part century of brilliant storytelling.

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