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The Mystery Fancier (Vol. 6 No. 6) November/December 1982

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The Mystery Fancier (Vol. 6 No. 6) November/December 1982 by Guy M. Townsend Book Resume:

The Mystery Fancier, November/December 1982, Volume 6 Number 6, contains: "Mae West: Mistress of Mystery?" by Billy Barton, "To Be and Not to Be," by E. F. Bleiler, "Anne Morice: The Deadly Serious Business of Not Being Serious," by Neysa Chouteau and Martha Alderson, and "Maps of Xiccarph," by Bob Sampson.

Yesterday's Faces

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Yesterday's Faces by Robert Sampson Book Resume:

For the fourth volume of this series, Robert Sampson has selected more than fifty magazine series characters to illustrate the development of the character of the detective. Included here are both the amateur and professional detective, female investigators, deducting doctors, brilliant amateurs, and equally brilliant professional police. There are private detectives reflecting Holmes and hard-boiled cops from the parallel traditions of realism and melodramatic fantasy. Characters include Brady and Riordan, Terry Trimble, Glamorous Nan Russell, J. G. Reeder, plus many others. "

The Mystery Fancier (Vol. 7 No. 6) November-December 1983

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The Mystery Fancier (Vol. 7 No. 6) November-December 1983 by Mickey Spillane Book Resume:

Volume 7 Number 6 of The Mystery Fancier, November-December 1983, contains: "A Few Kind Words for Ashton-Kirk," by Bob Sampson, "The Violent World of Mike Hammer," by Jim Traylor, "The Old Man in the Corner," by Earl F. Bargainnier and "C. B. Greenfield: The Metaphor is the Man," by Jane S. Bakerman.

The Mystery Fancier (Vol. 9 No. 6) November-December 1987

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The Mystery Fancier (Vol. 9 No. 6) November-December 1987 by Cornell Woolrich Book Resume:

The Mystery Fancier Volume 9 Number 6, November-December 1987, contains: "Cornell Woolrich, The Last Years (Conclusion)," by Francis M. Nevins Junior, "Further Gems from the Literature," by William F. Deeck, and "Mystery Mosts," by Jeff Banks.

The Baker Street Journal

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Spider

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Spider by Robert Sampson Book Resume:

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The Mystery Fancier

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The Mystery Fancier by William F. Deeck Book Resume:

A bibliography of various mystery novels published between November 1976 and Fall 1992.

Magazine Industry Market Place, 1982

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Magazine Industry Market Place, 1982 by N.A Book Resume:

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The Gentle Art of Murder

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The Gentle Art of Murder by Earl F. Bargainnier Book Resume:

This study of the technique of Agatha Christie’s detective fiction—sixty-seven novels and over one hundred short stories—is the first extensive analysis of her accomplishment as a writer. Earl F. Bargannier demonstrates that Christie thoroughly understood the conventions of her genre and, with seemingly inexhaustible ingenuity, was able to develop for more than fifty years surprising variations within those conventions.

The Mystery Fancier (Vol. 3 No. 4)

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The Mystery Fancier (Vol. 3 No. 4) by Daphne Du Maurier,Harold R. Daniels Book Resume:

The Mystery Fancier, July/August 1979, Volume 3 Number 4, contains: "Little Old Ladies I Have Known and Loved," by Ellen Nehr, "Tension and Duality: Daphne Du Marier's 'Don't Look Now'," by Jane S. Bakerman, "His Own Desert," by Everett F. Bleiler, "The History and Activities of Mystery Fans in Sweden (and Scandinavia)," by Iwan Hedman, "The Crime Novels of Harold R. Daniels," by George Kelley, "The Curmudgeon in the Corner, Grumblings," by William Loeser and "The Nero Wolfe Saga, Part XIV," by Guy M. Townsend.

The Murder of Miranda

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The Murder of Miranda by Margaret Millar Book Resume:

An affair between the help and a club member is always looked at with suspicion at the prestigious Penguin Beach Club in Santa Barbara but when both go missing it’s an outrage. Enter Tom Aragon, the droll Mexican-American lawyer turned private investigator, who finds himself navigating a viper’s nest of California elites in his quest for the truth. Miranda Shaw and Grady Keaton should have made for a run-of-the-mill scandal at the prestigious Penguin Beach Club. Shaw, a recently widowed woman of fifty, was seen leaving the club with Keaton, a ruggedly handsome lifeguard half her age. When Miranda and Keaton go missing, the widower’s lawyer sends his handiest man to find out where they’ve wandered off to. The clues come one stranger than the next for Tom Aragon in this often-hilarious novel of folly among the California elite.

Who's Who of American Women, 1983-1984

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Who's Who of American Women, 1983-1984 by Marquis Who's Who, LLC Book Resume:

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Making Globalization Work

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Making Globalization Work by Joseph E. Stiglitz Book Resume:

The Nobel Prize-winning economist and leading critic of globalization offers a fresh new approach to the issue that explains how to restructure an unstable global financial system, how nations can grow economically without damaging the environment, and how to devise a framework for free and fair global trade. Reprint. 25,000 first printing.

Special Effects Artists

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Special Effects Artists by Rolf Giesen Book Resume:

"Alphabetized entries provide career synopses and movie credits for important special effects practitioners and inventors, spanning the early years of cinematography through the end of the mechanical age of filmmaking. Coverage ranges from pioneers through modern special effects masters working with traditional techniques. A select chronological filmography, a glossary of technical terms and numerous publicity stills are included."--Provided by publisher.

The Other Log of Phileas Fogg (Wold Newton)

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The Other Log of Phileas Fogg (Wold Newton) by Philip Jose Farmer Book Resume:

In a delicious slice of sci-fi whimsy that sits cleverly alongside Verne's original tale, Phileas Fogg's epic global journey is not the product of a daft wager but, in fact, a covert mission to chase down the elusive Captain Nemo - who is none other than Professor Moriarty. A secret alien war has raged on Earth for years and is about to culminate in this epic race. A novel in the Wold Newton universe, in which characters such as Sherlock Holmes, Flash Gordon, Doc Savage, James Bond and Jack the Ripper are all mysteriously connected.

Freebooty

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Too Many Magicians

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Too Many Magicians by Randall Garrett Book Resume:

Set in an alternate reality where Richard the Lionheart’s descendants rule the Anglo-French Empire, the laws of magic have developed in place of the laws of physics. In this late 20th century world, people still travel through pea fog by horse and carriage, but magic has made levitation and enchantment spells the norm, especially at a sorcerer’s convention. The International Sorcerer’s Convention is in full swing. Until London’s Chief Forensics Sorcerer, Sir James Zwinge, is found dead inside a locked room, that is. Master Sean O Lochlainn had been at odds with Sir James over competing breakthroughs in incision-free surgery, making him the prime suspect. It’s up to Lord Darcy to solve Sir James’ murder and exonerate his own forensic sorcerer and trusted assistant. But the mystery deepens when the murder of a Naval spy is connected to that of Sir James’ death. Conflict with Poland, a dominating world power, changes the game and suddenly there is a lot more at stake than the freedom of Lord Darcy’s old friend. Too Many Magicians was nominated for the Hugo Award in 1967, and the complete Lord Darcy series later won the Sideways Award for Alternate History.

The Red Countess

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The Red Countess by Hermynia Zur Mühlen Book Resume:

Praise for the first edition of this book: This translation is something of an event. For the first time, it makes Zur Mühlen’s text available to English-speaking readers in a reliable version. —David Midgley, University of Cambridge [This book] represents exceptional value, both as an enjoyable read and as an introduction to an attractive author who amply deserves rediscovery. —Ritchie Robertson, Journal of European Studies, 42(1): 106-07. Born into a distinguished aristocratic family of the old Habsburg Empire, Hermynia Zur Mühlen spent much of her childhood and early youth travelling in Europe and North Africa with her diplomat father. Never comfortable with the traditional roles women were expected to play, she broke as a young adult both with her family and, after five years on his estate in the old Czarist Russia, with her German Junker husband, and set out as an independent, free-thinking individual, earning a precarious living as a writer. Zur Mühlen translated over 70 books from English, French and Russian into German, notably the novels of Upton Sinclair, which she turned into best-sellers in Germany; produced a series of detective novels under a pseudonym; wrote seven engaging and thought-provoking novels of her own, six of which were translated into English; contributed countless insightful short stories and articles to newspapers and magazines; and, having become a committed socialist, achieved international renown in the 1920s with her Fairy Tales for Workers’ Children, which were widely translated including into Chinese and Japanese. Because of her fervent and outspoken opposition to National Socialism, she and her life-long Jewish partner, Stefan Klein, had to flee first Germany, where they had settled, and then, in 1938, her native Austria. They found refuge in England, where Zur Mühlen died, forgotten and virtually penniless, in 1951.

Marihuana

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Marihuana by E.L. Abel Book Resume:

Of all the plants men have ever grown, none has been praised and denounced as often as marihuana (Cannabis sativa). Throughout the ages, marihuana has been extolled as one of man's greatest benefactors and cursed as one of his greatest scourges. Marihuana is undoubtedly a herb that has been many things to many people. Armies and navies have used it to make war, men and women to make love. Hunters and fishermen have snared the most ferocious creatures, from the tiger to the shark, in its herculean weave. Fashion designers have dressed the most elegant women in its supple knit. Hangmen have snapped the necks of thieves and murderers with its fiber. Obstetricians have eased the pain of childbirth with its leaves. Farmers have crushed its seeds and used the oil within to light their lamps. Mourners have thrown its seeds into blazing fires and have had their sorrow transformed into blissful ecstasy by the fumes that filled the air. Marihuana has been known by many names: hemp, hashish, dagga, bhang, loco weed, grass-the list is endless. Formally christened Cannabis sativa in 1753 by Carl Linnaeus, marihuana is one of nature's hardiest specimens. It needs little care to thrive. One need not talk to it, sing to it, or play soothing tranquil Brahms lullabies to coax it to grow. It is as vigorous as a weed. It is ubiquitous. It fluorishes under nearly every possible climatic condition.