BEST DETECTIVE STORIES OF THE YEAR 1949 by David C.-Ed. Cooke

BEST DETECTIVE STORIES OF THE YEAR 1949

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The annual, which puts between covers the best which have appeared in magazines-pulp to popular, these stories represent a variety of styles, are usually reliant on the trick twist. Followers of this field will remember Philip MacDonald, Q. Patrick, Roy Vickers, Frederic Brown, and of the newcomers Arthur Williams' Being a Murderer Myself makes a distinctive debut. By now, you should be able to predetermine your market for this.

Publisher: Dutton