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by Edward D. Hoch
Author: Edward D. Hoch
Publisher: Walker & Co; First Edition edition (December 1, 1989)
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Hoch, Edward . 1930-. Detective and mystery stories, English, Detective and mystery stories, American.
Hoch, Edward . Includes bibliography and appendix. Crime and punishment, Michael Collins - Flicks, Bill Crenshaw - The crooked way, Loren D. Estleman - The reason why, Edward Gorman - The spy and the Guy Fawkes bombing, Edward D. Hoch - The Dakar run, Clark Howard - Different drummers, Linda O. Johnston - The wasp, Peter Lovesey - Fatherly love, Carl Martin.
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The Night My Friend: Stories of Crime and Suspense. Donald A. Wollheim, Edward D. Hoch, Tom Reamy, Ardath Mayhar, Suzette Haden Elgin, Robert Bloch, Carl Jacobi, Sterling E. Lanier, William F. Nolan, Whitley Strieber, Robert Louis Stevenson, Robert Arthur, James MacCreigh, Frederik Pohl, Babette Rosmond, Algis Budrys, Barry N. Malzberg, Robert S. Phillips, . Lovecraft, Jeffrey Goddin, Isaac Asimov, John D. MacDonald, David H. Keller, James Tiptree J. Henderson Starke, Bill.
Published by Walker & Company (1995).
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Collects noteworthy short stories of the past year by prominent mystery and suspense writers
Collects noteworthy short stories of the past year by prominent mystery and suspense writers. Six of these 13 stories are reprinted from Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, two are from Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, and all reflect the undemanding and rather flat writing of those journals.
In the tradition of The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror and The Year's Best Science Fiction, The World's Finest . This comprehensive anthology promises to be the definitive annual collection of the very best mystery and suspense stories the world over.
Including such bestselling authors as Jeffrey Deaver, Elizabeth George, Faye Kellerman, Jonathan Kellerman, Ed McBain, Anne Perry, and Ruth Rendell, plus many, many others, this volume will positively blow the competition away.
Includes a round-up of this year's Edgar (American) and Dagger (British) winners; lesser awards; necrology; bibliography. More humdrum are Peter Lovesey's crafty stroke victim; Michael Collins' umpteenth Dan Fortune story; and Sara Paretsky's . Warshawski defense of old friends, plus Bill Pronzini's Nameless detective in a tavern mishap. Amos Walker on a Texas manhunt.