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Crime without murder : an anthology of stories

Author: Dorothy Salisbury Davis; Mystery Writers of America.
Publisher: New York : Scribner's Sons, 1970.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Spy-haunts of the world, by E. Ambler.--The footprint in the sky, by J.D. Carr.--Freedom fighter, by M. Collins.--The nine-to-five man, by S. Ellin.--A matter of honor, by R.L. Fish.--The system, by M. Gilbert.--A matter of pride, by M. Hershman.--If you see this woman, by D. Hitchens.--The theft of the brazen letters, by E.D. Hoch.--How does that make you feel? By J. Hudson.--The Granny Woman, by D.B.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Detective and mystery fiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Davis, Dorothy Salisbury.
Crime without murder.
New York, Scribner [1970]
(OCoLC)646910503
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dorothy Salisbury Davis; Mystery Writers of America.
OCLC Number: 100799
Description: xvi, 301 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Spy-haunts of the world / by Eric Ambler --
The Footprint in the sky / by John Dickinso Carr --
Freedom fighter / by Michael Collins --
The Nine-to-five man / by Stanely Ellin --
A Matter of honor / by Robert L. Fish --
The System / by Michael Gilbert --
A Matter of pride / by Morris Hershman --
If you see this woman / by Dolores Hitchens --
The Theft of the brazen letters / by Edward D. Hoch --
How does that make you feel? / by Jeffery Hudson --
The Granny Woman / by Dorothy B. Hughes --
Deerglen Queen / by Bill Knox --
The Man who talked with books / by Lucille Lewis --
The Plot / by Margaret Manners --
Loaded with money / by Annthony Marsh --
Rape / by David Montross --
Shutterbug / by Al Nussbaum --
The Snatch / by Bill Pronzini --
Mystery at the Library of Congress / by Ellery Queen --
Jump job / by Calr Henry Rathjen --
Art for money's sake / by Jaime Sandaval --
The Fall of the high-flying Dutchman / by Georges Simenon --
Present for Minna / by Richard Martin Stern --
The Monboddo ape boy / by Lillian de la Torre --
Suburban tigress / by Lawrence Treat.
Responsibility: by the Mystery Writers of America, edited by Dorothy Salisbury Davis.

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Spy-haunts of the world, by E. Ambler.--The footprint in the sky, by J.D. Carr.--Freedom fighter, by M. Collins.--The nine-to-five man, by S. Ellin.--A matter of honor, by R.L. Fish.--The system, by M. Gilbert.--A matter of pride, by M. Hershman.--If you see this woman, by D. Hitchens.--The theft of the brazen letters, by E.D. Hoch.--How does that make you feel? By J. Hudson.--The Granny Woman, by D.B. Hughes.--Deerglen Queen, by B. Knox.--The man who talked with books, by L. Lewis.--The plot, by M. Manners.--Loaded with money, by A. Marsh.--Rape, by D. Montross.--Shutterbug, by A. Nussbaum.--The snatch, by B. Pronzini.--Mystery at the Library of Congress, by E. Queen.--Jump job, by C.H. Rathjen.--Art for money's sake, by J. Sandaval.--The fall of the high-flying Dutchman, by G. Simenon.--Present for Minna, by R.M. Stern.--The Monboddo ape boy, by L. de la Torre.--Suburban tigress, by L. Treat.

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