THE PLAYBOY BOOK OF CRIME AND SUSPENSE by Eds. of Playboy

THE PLAYBOY BOOK OF CRIME AND SUSPENSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Playboy magazine, no dilettante outfit when it comes to acquiring talent, has published some of the best of the best here given hard-cover permanence; namely and notably Ian Fleming's first novelette, The Hildebrand Rarity; a short-short and quite a stopper by Fredric Brown; Walter Tevis' story of The Hustler which preceded the novel and film; and a very varied playbill of different kinds of stories by Steve Allen, Henry Slesar, Ken Purdy, Herbert Gold, Charles Beaumont and others--close to thirty in all.

Pub Date: Sept. 12th, 1966
Publisher: Trident