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Alfred Hitchcock tales of terror

Author: Alfred Hitchcock
Publisher: Edison, NJ : Galahad Books, 1986.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A collection of tales of suspense and terror centering on such characters as a girl who stalks Jack the Ripper, a small-town editor who creates his own front page news, and a schoolboy who would kill for good grades.
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Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alfred Hitchcock
ISBN: 0760745935 9780760745939
OCLC Number: 57723922
Description: 631 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Killed by Kindness --
Just a Minor Offense --
A Home Away from Home --
Death of a Derelict --
The Arrowmont Prision Riddle --
The Dettweiler Solution --
The Whitechapel Wantons --
Cora's Raid --
Life or Breath --
A Private Little War --
Have you ever seen this woman? --
Joe Cutter's Game --
A Cabin in the Woods --
The Long Arm of El Jefe --
Kid Cardula --
Career Man --
The Perfidy of Professor Blake --
Sea Shange --
The Blue Tambourine --
Graveyard Shift --
A Bottle of Wine --
Man Bites Dog --
Never Trust an Ancestor --
Another War --
Sparrow on a String --
The Missing Tattoo --
The Fall of Dr. Scourby --
The Loose End --
That So-Called Laugh --
A Very Special Talent --
The Joker --
The Very Hard Sell --
The Tine Ear --
The Time Before the Crime --
After the Unfortunate Accident --
The Grateful Thief --
The Inspiration --
Death is a Lonely Lover --
The Witness was a Lady --
Scheme for Destruction --
To the Manner Born --
Black Distaster --
The Marrow of Justice --
Innocene Witness --
We're Really not htat Kind of People --
Pocket Evidence --
The Death Desk --
A Left-Handed Profession --
Second Spring --
Bank Night --
The Contagious Killer --
Bad Actor --
Free Advice, Incorporated --
The Real Criminal --
The HArd Sell --
The Prosperous Judds --
The Dead Indian --
The China Cottage.
Responsibility: Alfred Hitchcock, tales from Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery magazine ; Alfred Hitchcock.

Abstract:

A collection of tales of suspense and terror centering on such characters as a girl who stalks Jack the Ripper, a small-town editor who creates his own front page news, and a schoolboy who would kill for good grades.

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by diabrotica (WorldCat user on 2008-03-22)

Killed by Kindness ..... Nedra Tyre Just a Minor Offense ..... John F. Suter A Home Away From Home ..... Robert Bloch Death of a Derelict ..... Joseph Payne Brennan The Arrowmont Prison Riddle ..... Bill Pronzini The Dettweiler Solution ..... Lawrence Block The Whitechapel Wantons ..... Vincent McConnor Cora's Raid ..... Isak Romun Life or Breath ..... Nelson deMille A Private Little War ..... William Brittain Have You Ever Seen This Woman? ..... John Lutz Joe Cutter's Game ..... Brian Garfield A Cabin in the Woods ..... John Coyne The Long Arm of El Jefe ..... Edward Wellen Kid Cardula ..... Jack Ritchie Career Man ..... James Holding The Perfidy of Professor Blake ..... Libby MacCall Sea Change ..... Henry Slesar The Blue Tambourine ..... Donald Olson Graveyard Shift ..... William P. McGivern A Bottle of Wine ..... Borden Deal Man Bites Dog ..... Donald Honig Never Trust an Ancestor ..... Michael Zuroy Another War ..... Edward D. Hoch Sparrow on a String ..... Alice Scanlan Reach The Missing Tattoo ..... Clayton Matthews The Fall of Dr. Scourby ..... Patricia Matthews The Loose End ..... Stephen Wasylyk That So-called Laugh ..... Frank Sisk A Very Special Talent ..... Margaret B. Maron The Joker ..... Betty Ren Wright The Very Hard Sell ..... Helen Nielsen The Tin Ear ..... Ron Goulart The Time Before the Crime ..... Charlotte Edwards After the Unfortunate Accident ..... Barry N. Malzberg The Grateful Thief ..... Patrick O'Keeffe The Inspiration ..... Talmage Powell Death is a Lonely Lover ..... Robert Colby The Witness was a Lady ..... Fletcher Flora Scheme for Destruction ..... Pauline C. Smith To the Manner Born ..... Mary Braund Black Disaster ..... Richard O. Lewis The Marrow of Justice ..... Hal Ellson Innocent Witness ..... Irving Schiffer We're Really Not That Kind of People ..... Samuel W. Taylor Pocket Evidence ..... Harold Q. Masur The Death Desk ..... S.S. Rafferty A Left-handed Profession ..... Al Nussbaum Second Spring ..... Theodore Mathieson Bank Night ..... Arthur Porges The Contagious Killer ..... Bryce Walton Bad Actor ..... Gary Brandner Free Advice, Incorporated ..... Michael Brett The Real Criminal ..... James M. Gilmore The Hard Sell ..... William Dolan The Prosperous Judds ..... Bob Bristow The Dead Indian ..... Robert W. Alexander The China Cottage ..... August Derleth

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