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Released: Oct. 1, 1974

"Even these slim tales offer astute psychological variations along with the detection."
Captain Hastings, Hercule Poirot's Watson, offers a sheaf of his companion's early cases for the delectation of old admirers. Read full book review >
Released: April 19, 1971

"Miss Greer's (admittedly) dream solutions are drastic: marriage is out and children (she enjoys children and respects their rights) would fare better in communes. Unbuttoned and heated polemic here and there but fresh and lively."
A blistering but stimulating British contribution to Women's Lib literature, covering much old ground, in which Miss Greer admits some libidinous pastures skirted by many militants. Read full book review >
Released: May 12, 1970

Young Dr. Crichton (of The Andromeda Strain) uses five patients as a quod erat demonstrandum of procedures at Massachusetts General Hospital and as a work-up of the profession in general—the latter being what these enzymatic annals of applied medicine are generally about. Read full book review >