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Year 1959 Archives
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  • Total Archives: 717 Items - 120 Articles, 587 Reviews, 9 Books, 1 Chapter
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    1. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      Oil and Old Timers Recall an America Past
      1. The Great Oildorado by Hildegarde Dolson
      2. The Oil Century by J. Stanley Clark
      3. Teapot Dome by Morris R. Werner and John Starr
      4. The West That Was by John Leakey
      5. The Golden Coast by Harnett T. Kane
      6. The Old New England Academies by Harriet Webster Marr
      7. Chautauqua County by Helen Grace McMahon
      8. A History of the Circus in America by George L. Chindahl
      The Saturday Review
      , March 7, 1959, pp. 21-22 - PDF
    2. Across the Country and Under the Tree
      1. The Great Oildorado by Hildegarde Dolson
      2. The Oil Century by J. Stanley Clark
      3. Teapot Dome by Morris R. Werner and John Starr
      4. The West That Was by John Leakey
      5. The Golden Coast by Harnett T. Kane
      6. The Old New England Academies by Harriet Webster Marr
      7. Chautauqua County by Helen Grace McMahon
      8. A History of the Circus in America by George L. Chindahl
      The Saturday Review
      , December 5, 1959, pp. 19-21 - PDF
    3. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      Fire on Fear Street, by Stewart Sterling
      1. Fire on Fear Street by Stewart Sterling
      2. Street of Fear by Julius Fast
      3. The Badge by Jack Webb
      4. The Murder and the Trial by Edgar Lustgarten
      The Saturday Review
      , January 10, 1959, p. 71 - PDF
    4. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      The Port of London Murders, by Josephine Bell
      1. The Port of London Murders by Josephine Bell
      2. Brothers and Sisters Have I None by Jack Usher
      3. Violence by Cornell Woolrich
      4. Depart This Life by E.X. Ferrars
      5. The Development of the Detective Novel by A.E. Murch
      6. Kill My Love by Kyle Hunt
      7. Beacon in the Night by Bill S. Ballinger
      8. Death on All Hallows by Allan Campbell McLean
      The Saturday Review
      , January 17, 1959, p. 64 - PDF
    5. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      The Assize of the Dying, by Edith Pargeter
      1. The Assize of the Dying by Edith Pargeter
      2. The Galloway Case by Andrew Garve
      3. The Savage by Noel Clad
      4. Assignment---Carlotta Cortez by Edward S. Aarons
      The Saturday Review
      , January 24, 1959, p. 35 - PDF
    6. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      The Girl Who Cried Wolf, by Hillary Waugh
      1. The Girl Who Cried Wolf by Hillary Waugh
      2. The Case of the Deadly Toy by Erle Stanley Gardner
      3. Murder, Mayhem, and Mystery by Alan Hynd
      The Saturday Review
      , January 31, 1959, p. 32 - PDF
    7. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      The Lorelei, by Lawrence P. Bachmann
      1. The Lorelei by Lawrence P. Bachmann
      2. Built for Trouble by Al Fray
      3. The Case of the Strangled Starlet by James Hadley Chase
      4. Gideon's Month by J.J. Marric
      The Saturday Review
      , February 7, 1959, pp. 38-42 - PDF
    8. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      The Hoods Come Calling, by Nick Quarry
      1. The Hoods Come Calling by Nick Quarry
      2. Dead to the World by Stewart Sterling
      3. Emergency! by Norman M. Lobsenz
      The Saturday Review
      , February 14, 1959, p. 57 - PDF
    9. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      Limey, by James Spenser and H. Kingsley Long
      1. Limey by James Spenser and H. Kingsley Long
      2. Three Detective Novels by John Dickson Carr
      3. Dead of Summer by Josephine Gill
      4. Trail of a Tramp by Nick Quarry
      The Saturday Review
      , February 21, 1959, p. 43 - PDF
    10. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      Murder in New Guinea, by John W. Vandercook
      1. Murder in New Guinea by John W. Vandercook
      2. No Question of Murder by Peter Curtis
      3. New Horizons in Criminology by Harry Elmer Barnes
      4. The Case of the Chased and the Unchaste by Thomas B. Dewey
      5. And Why Not? by Vincent Gaspard Malo
      The Saturday Review
      , February 28, 1959, p. 19 - PDF
    11. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      Someone Will Die Tonight in the Caribbean, by Rene Puissesseau
      1. Someone Will Die Tonight in the Caribbean by Rene Puissesseau
      2. The Innocent House by Frances Lockridge and Richard Lockridge
      3. The Gray Flannel Shroud by Henry Slesar
      4. Double Jeopardy by Edwin Lanham
      5. A Long Way Down by Elizabeth Fenwick
      6. Lightning Strikes Twice by Jean Potts
      7. The Madhouse in Washington Square by David Alexander
      8. The Merchant of Murder by Spencer Dean
      9. The Delicate Darling by Jack Webb
      10. Nate for Sale by Marten Cumberland
      The Saturday Review
      , March 7, 1959, p. 38 - PDF
    12. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      The Face of the Tiger, by Ursula R. Curtiss
      1. The Face of the Tiger by Ursula R. Curtiss
      2. Week-End in Baghdad by Ruth Wadham
      3. Seven Shares in a Gold Mine by Margaret Larkin
      4. Which Mrs. Bennett? by Anne Littlefield
      The Saturday Review
      , March 14, 1959, p. 59 - PDF
    13. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      Hong Kong Kill, by Bryan Peters
      1. Hong Kong Kill by Bryan Peters
      2. Journey to the Hangman by Arthur W. Upfield
      3. If the Shoe Fits by Robert Lee Martin
      4. Pass the Gravy by A.A. Fair
      The Saturday Review
      , March 21, 1959, p. 51 - PDF
    14. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      The Sleepless Men, by E.H. Nisot
      1. The Sleepless Men by E.H. Nisot
      2. On the Track of Death by Douglas Rutherford
      3. Detour at Night by S. Guy Endore
      4. Night of Violence by Louis Charbonneau
      The Saturday Review
      , March 28, 1959, pp. 35-38 - PDF
    15. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      A Victim Must be Found, by Anne Hocking
      1. A Victim Must be Found by Anne Hocking
      2. A Day in Monte Carlo by Martha Albrand
      3. Be Careful How You Live by Ed Lacy
      4. Cakes for Your Birthday by C.E. Vulliamy
      5. Death Out of Focus by William Campbell Gault
      6. Where There's Smoke by Clarence Budington Kelland
      The Saturday Review
      , April 11, 1959, p. 58 - PDF
    16. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      The Man Who Wrote Detective Stories, by J.I.M. Stewart
      1. The Man Who Wrote Detective Stories by J.I.M. Stewart
      2. See No Evil by Finlay McDermid
      3. Ordeal by Innocence by Agatha Christie
      4. As Bad As I Am by William Ard
      5. My Brother's Killer by Jeremy York
      The Saturday Review
      , April 18, 1959, p. 51 - PDF
    17. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      Duo, by Charlotte Armstrong
      1. Duo by Charlotte Armstrong
      2. The Buttercup Case by Frances Crane
      3. Famous Criminal Cases by Rupert Furneaux
      4. For Old Crime's Sake by Delano Ames
      The Saturday Review
      , April 25, 1959, pp. 33-34 - PDF
    18. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      Death at Flood Tide, by Louis A. Brennan
      1. Death at Flood Tide by Louis A. Brennan
      2. Killer's Wedge by Ed McBain
      3. Duty Free by Manning Coles
      4. The End of Violence by Ben Benson
      The Saturday Review
      , May 2, 1959, p. 39 - PDF
    19. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      The Chinese Bell Murders, by Robert van Gulik
      1. The Chinese Bell Murders by Robert van Gulik
      2. The Innocents by Richard Savage
      3. I'll be Judge, I'll be Jury by Elizabeth Hely
      4. The Salazar Grant by E.L. Withers
      5. The Saint Maker by Leonard Holton
      6. The Grey Sombrero by Pete Fry
      7. So Dead the Rose by M.E. Chaber
      8. A Man to Match the Hour by Seldon Truss
      The Saturday Review
      , May 9, 1959, pp. 33-36 - PDF
    20. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      The Doom-Maker, by B.X. Sanborn
      1. The Doom-Maker by B.X. Sanborn
      2. The Fatal Amateur by D.L. Mathews
      3. Hospitality for Murder by Gerard Fisher
      4. The Smasher by Talmage Powell
      5. If a Body Meet a Body by George Malcolm-Smith
      The Saturday Review
      , May 16, 1959, p. 72 - PDF