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Masterpieces of Mystery and the Unknown

About the Author Agatha Christie is the best-selling author of all time. She wrote eighty crime novels and story collections, fourteen plays, and several other books. Her books have sold roughly [...]

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A Merry Band of Murderers

From Publishers Weekly This anthology of 13 stories includes a few hits, but on the whole, the volume strikes many a false note. Each mini-mystery somehow involves music; Val McDermid's story, fo [...]

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The Old Spies Club and Other Intrigues of Rand

Amazon.com Review Penzler Pick, : One of the mystery world's all-time prodigies (as well as one of its best-loved citizens), Edward D. Hoch is a short-story master with a subspecialty in the 'loc [...]

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Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine 8

The eighth issue of Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine features the usual assortment of stories and non-fiction, including "Sun Ching Foo's Last Trick," by Adam Beau McFarlane; "Do You Love Me?" by Marc [...]

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Twisted: The Collected Stories of Jeffery Deaver

From Publishers Weekly The title applies in several ways to this wicked collection of crime short stories by bestselling author Deaver (The Vanished Man, etc.): to many of the stories' characters [...]

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The Speed Chronicles (Akashic Drug Chronicles)

Review 'The perfect stocking stuffer for your uncle in AA.'--'New York Observer''Akashic launches a new series of crime anthologies, each focused on a different controlled substance, with this ad [...]

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The McBain Brief: Stories

From the Back Cover From the internationally admired creator of the 87TH Precinct series come these tales featuring policemen and their work and displaying Ed McBain?s inimitable talents in short [...]

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St. Petersburg Noir (Akashic Noir)

About the Author Natalia Smirnova: Natalia Smirnova was born in 1978 in Moscow. After studying law and working as a lawyer, she moved to St. Petersburg to work as a foreign rights manager for a p [...]

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Sideways In Crime

From Publishers Weekly Fans of alternate history and crime fiction should enjoy this high-quality anthology from noted editor Anders (Outside the Box). The tone of the 15 contributions ranges fro [...]

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Murder on Deck!: Shipboard & Shoreline Mystery Stories

From Library Journal Aimed at vacationing readers, this collection of 25 stories plumbs seaside resorts and oceanbound ships for the ultimate mystery experience. Authors range from Ellery Queen, [...]

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Bullet Park (Paperback, 1991)

Bullet Park by John Cheever. Vintage Books,1991 Read more [...]

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Julius Caesar (Shakespeare, Signet Classic)

From School Library Journal Grade 5-8-One of the marks of Shakespeare's greatness is the continued interest in adapting his enduring works. This recording of Julius Caesar is one in a series draw [...]

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Plays: the Father; Countess Julie; the Outlaw; the Stronger

About the Author 'August Strindberg' (1849-1912) was a Swedish writer and playwright and is credited and being one of the founders of modern theatre. His writings combined elements of psychology [...]

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Lacombe Lucien: The Screenplay

About the Author Louis Malle was a film director, screenwriter, and producer who worked both in French cinema and Hollywood. His most famous films include the crime film Elevator to the Gallows ( [...]

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Moliere Five Plays: 'The School for Wives', 'Tartuffe', 'The Misanthrope', 'The Miser', 'The Hypochondriac' (World Classics)

This volume brings together five of Moliere's finest and best-known plays. The three verse plays, The Misanthrope, Tartuffe and The School for Wives, have been skilfully turned into sparkling English couplets by Richard [...]

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Girl in the Goldfish Bowl

Review ?Arguably Morris Panych?s best play to date.?? Canadian Literature?An uncommon, quirky blend of humour and compassion ? ?? National Post Read more [...]

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The Complete Plays of Gilbert and Sullivan

Amazon.com Review From Thespis to The Grand Duke, here are all the words to all the operettas on which William Schenk Gilbert and Arthur Seymour Sullivan collaborated. A fixture in Anglo-American [...]

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The Merchant of Venice (Signet Classics)

Review ?First published in the 1930s, these works, published here in economical paperback editions . . . are still considered definitive.?-Stages --This text refers to an out of pr [...]

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Adventures of Ali & Ali and the aXes of Evil: A Divertimento for Warlords

Review ? The Adventures of Ali & Ali ? is solid and polished ? shockingly poignant, seriously funny, humbly powerful, intelligently goofy ??? Seattle Post-Intelligencer [...]

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Modern Classics Rhinoceros Chairs Lesson (Penguin Modern Classics)

About the Author Eug?ne Ionesco's first one-act ?antiplay,? The Bald Soprano, inspired a revolution in dramatic techniques and helped inaugurate the Theatre of the Absurd. He followed it with oth [...]

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Othello

About the Author William Shakespeare was born in April 1564 in the town of Stratford-upon-Avon, on England?s Avon River. When he was eighteen, he married Anne Hathaway. The couple had three child [...]

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