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Mystery and Suspense
Author: Mystery Scene
ISBN: 0312964765
Subcategory: Mystery
Pages 320 pages
Publisher St Martins Pr (November 1, 1997)
Language English
Category: Mystery and Suspense
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by multiple authors includes books The Year's 25 Finest Crime and Mystery Stories (Year's Twenty-Five .

The Year's 25 Finest Crime and Mystery Stories (Year's Twenty-Five Finest Crime & Mystery Stories).

Most Wanted, Book 1 is the first book of the Most Wanted series. Most Wanted, Book 1. Cost. Examine evidence at crime scenes. Stop the killer before he can claim another victim! Chapters.

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The Year's Best Crime and Mystery Stories 2016. The 11 non-English entries tend to disappoint, with the notable exception of German writer Stephan Rykena's "Cold-Blooded," a clever tale about a determined refugee. Familiar names among the English contributors include Val McDermid, who spins a wry story of revenge in "The Wagon Mound," and Ralph McInerney, who plumbs human nature in his brilliant "The Devil That Walks at Noonday.

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Dickens wrote many stories that contained elements of mystery and suspense, including "Bleak House" . Crime Classics) Shaw was attempting to create a new kind of detective novel. He wanted the stories to reflect the reality of life in America at the time.

Dickens wrote many stories that contained elements of mystery and suspense, including "Bleak House" (1853). The Mystery of Edwin Drood" (1870), an unfinished masterpiece, is the perfect murder mystery because Dickens death left it forever unsolved. Such characters as Dashiell Hammett's Sam Spade and Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe were hard-edged men, tough guys who lived by strict codes of honor.

John Harvey fans the flames of family relations in urban, lower-class England. Sharyn McCrumb makes a fatal match at a deadly dating service. Anne Perry brings blackmail home in a vexing Victorian mystery. Sara Paretsky gets up close and personal with .

An anthology of the best short mystery stories of 1995 ranges from the traditional to the cutting-edge and includes the work of such writers as Lawrence Block, Bill Pronzini, Marcia Muller, and Sharyn McCrumb. Format Hardback 352 pages.

Chosen by the editors of Mystery Scene magazine, this collection of short mysteries features tales from the finest names in the field, including Sharyn McCrumb, Sara Paretsky, Lawrence Block, Anne Perry, Carole Nelson Douglas, and others. Reprint.