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Year 1961 Archives
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  • Total Archives: 717 Items - 120 Articles, 587 Reviews, 9 Books, 1 Chapter
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    1. [+]
      (21 Reviews)
      Invitation to Vengeance, by Kathleen Moore Knight
      1. Invitation to Vengeance by Kathleen Moore Knight
      2. Death in View by Travis Macrae
      3. Say It with Flowers by Gladys Mitchell
      4. A Well-Known Face by Josephine Bell
      5. The Detections of Dr. Sam Johnson by Lillian de la Torre
      6. Landed Gently by Alan Hunter
      7. Gently Down the Stream by Alan Hunter
      8. See Them Die by Ed McBain
      9. Leave It to the Hangman by Bill Knox
      10. It's About Crime by MacKinlay Kantor
      11. The Steps to Murder by Rufus King
      12. Arms for Adonis by Charlotte Jay
      13. Where There's a Will by Ellis Peters
      14. The Tough and the Tender by Angus MacLeod
      15. Man on the End of the Rope by Paul Townend
      16. The Fall Guy by Joe Barry
      17. The Ace of Spades by Dell Shannon
      18. Valley of Smugglers by Arthur W. Upfield
      19. The Case of Sonia Wayward by Michael Innes
      20. Operation Terror by Gordon Gordon and Mildred Gordon
      21. Apprentice to Fear by Henry Brinton
      The Saturday Review
      , January 28, 1961, pp. 31-32 - PDF
    2. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      Six Black Camels, by Edwin Lanham
      1. Six Black Camels by Edwin Lanham
      2. Marnie by Winston Graham
      3. Back Alley Jungle by Leo Margulies
      4. Vein of Violence by William Campbell Gault
      5. Impact by Harry Olesker
      6. If She Should Die by Forbes Rydell
      7. Gideon's Fire by J.J. Marric
      8. Case of the Laughing Virgin by Jonathan Craig
      9. The Late Unlamented by Harry Carmichael
      10. The Case of the Twisted Scarf by Francis Durbridge
      11. Lady, Drop Dead by Lawrence Treat
      12. A Case for Appeal by Lesley Egan
      13. Some Must Watch by Stephen Ransome
      14. The Candles Are All Out by Nigel Fitzgerald
      15. Ready Revenge by Catherine Arley
      16. Down Among the Dead Men by Patricia Moyes
      The Saturday Review
      , February 25, 1961, p. 43 - PDF
    3. [+]
      (17 Reviews)
      Requiem for a Schoolgirl, by Ivan T. Ross
      1. Requiem for a Schoolgirl by Ivan T. Ross
      2. The Deadly Friend by Hugh Pentecost
      3. True Spy Stories by Robert Deindorfer
      4. That Night It Rained by Hillary Waugh
      5. Twenty Plus Two by Frank Gruber
      6. The Man from Nowhere by Joan Fleming
      7. Knife Edge by Donald MacKenzie
      8. Night's Black Agent by John Bingham
      9. Thief by Rupert Croft-Cooke
      10. Oscar Mooney's Head by William E. Huntsberry
      11. Farewell Crown and Goodbye King by Margot Bennett
      12. Call the Witness by Edna Sherry
      13. Encounter with Evil by Amber Dean
      14. The Case of the Sapphire Brooch by Christopher Bush
      15. Killers from the Keys by Brett Halliday
      16. False Witness by Michael Underwood
      17. The Case of the Spurious Spinster by Erle Stanley Gardner
      The Saturday Review
      , March 25, 1961, p. 24 - PDF
    4. [+]
      (17 Reviews)
      With One Stone, by Richard Lockridge
      1. With One Stone by Richard Lockridge
      2. Time Right Deadly by Sarah Gainham
      3. Bishop in Check by Simon Rattray
      4. Hunter at Large by Thomas B. Dewey
      5. The XYZ Murders by Ellery Queen
      6. The Chinese Hammer by Simon Harvester
      7. The Hundred-Dollar Girl by William Campbell Gault
      8. Footsteps in the Night by Dolores Hitchens
      9. The Killing Strike by John Creasey
      10. The Night of Wenceslas by Lionel Davidson
      11. Killing Time by Donald E. Westlake
      12. Begin with a Gun by Michael Cronin
      13. I Was Going Anyway by Robert Switzer
      14. The Packard Case by William Merrick
      15. The Empty Robe by Stella Crater and Oscar Fraley
      16. The Double Frame by Anthony Morton
      17. Mrs Meeker's Money by Doris Miles Disney
      The Saturday Review
      , April 29, 1961, pp. 35-36 - PDF
    5. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      The Men Who Robbed Brink's, by Joseph J. O'Keefe and Bob Considine
      1. The Men Who Robbed Brink's by Joseph J. O'Keefe and Bob Considine
      2. The Great Brink's Holdup by Sid Feder, Edward Gibbons, and Joseph...
      3. The Omnibus of Crime by Dorothy L. Sayers
      4. Nightmare by Anne Blaisdell
      5. Bachelors Get Lonely by A.A. Fair
      6. A Death at Sea by Lionel White
      7. The Devil Was Handsome by Maurice Procter
      8. Maigret Rents a Room by Georges Simenon
      9. Diamonds Are Dangerous by Jan Hendrik Du Plessis
      10. A Delivery of Furies by Victor Canning
      11. Squad Room by Ed McBain
      12. Killers in the Sun by J. Earle Dixon
      13. Adam's Case by Michael Underwood
      14. Assignment: Suspense by Helen MacInnes
      15. Homicide West by Samuel A. Krasney
      16. Hours to Kill by Ursula R. Curtiss
      The Saturday Review
      , May 27, 1961, pp. 31-33 - PDF
    6. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      Deadlier Than the Male, by Genevieve Holden
      1. Deadlier Than the Male by Genevieve Holden
      2. The Man Who Ran Away by Daniel B. Dodson
      3. Death on the Sixth Day by Henry Farrell
      4. The Judgment by Tom Wicker
      5. Calibre .50 by Robert Sheckley
      6. A Nearness of Evil by Carley Mills
      7. The Wycherly Woman by Ross Macdonald
      8. Murder, Maestro Please by Jack Sharkey
      9. The Broken Jigsaw by Paul Somers
      10. Doctors Wear Scarlet by Simon Raven
      11. Credit for a Murder by Spencer Dean
      12. Season of Desire by Augusta Wallace Lyons
      13. The Chinese Gold Murders by Robert Van Gulik
      14. In at the Kill by Bill Knox
      15. The Reprieve of Roger Maine by Gordon McDonell
      16. Carambola by David Dodge
      The Saturday Review
      , June 24, 1961, p. 19 - PDF
    7. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      The Devil and Ben Franklin, by Theodore Mathieson
      1. The Devil and Ben Franklin by Theodore Mathieson
      2. Lizzie Borden: The Untold Story by Edward D. Radin
      3. The Delights of Detection by Jacques Barzun
      4. Old House of Fear by Russell Kirk
      5. Frankincense and Murder by Baynard Kendrick
      6. Heir Apparent by E.L. Withers
      7. The Sea House by Margaret Summerton
      8. The Murderer and His Victim by John M. MacDonald
      9. The Convict and the Stained Glass Windows by Carmelo Soraci
      10. The Sleuth and the Liar by John Sherwood
      11. The Deep by Mickey Spillane
      12. Murder Clear, Track Fast by Judson Philips
      13. Best Detective Stories of the Year by Brett Halliday
      14. A Companion to Murder by E. Spencer Shew
      The Saturday Review
      , August 5, 1961, p. 16 - PDF
    8. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      The Sheppard Murder Case, by Paul Holmes
      1. The Sheppard Murder Case by Paul Holmes
      2. The White Savage by Arthur W. Upfield
      3. The Green Stone by Suzanne Blanc
      4. The Wrong Side of the Sky by Gavin Lyall
      5. Gilt-Edge Bonds by Ian Fleming
      6. Double Sin, and Other Stories by Agatha Christie
      7. Murder in Haste by Brett Halliday
      8. Search for a Sultan by Manning Coles
      9. Show Me a Miracle by J. Jerry Cacopardo and Don Weldon
      10. Five of a Kind by Rex Stout
      11. The Gentleman Was a Thief by Neil Hickey
      12. Eye Witness by John Stephen Strange
      13. The Cup, the Blade, or the Gun by Mignon G. Eberhart
      14. Close His Eyes by Olivia Dwight
      15. The Cipher by Gordon Cotler
      The Saturday Review
      , August 26, 1961, p. 19 - PDF
    9. [+]
      (18 Reviews)
      Night of the Kill, by Breni James
      1. Night of the Kill by Breni James
      2. The Drill Is Death by Frances Lockridge and Richard Lockridge
      3. The Girl with the Leopard-Skin Bag by Jeremy York
      4. A Very Welcome Death by D.L. Mathews
      5. Spare Time for Murder by John Gale
      6. Evil Genius by George Bagby
      7. Dead Man Running by John Blackburn
      8. The Protector by Larry M. Harris
      9. To Market, to Market by Allen Richards
      10. Hanno's Doll by Evelyn Piper
      11. The Worm of Death by Nicholas Blake
      12. Bodies and Souls by Dan Herr and Joel Wells
      13. Moment of Violence by George Harmon Coxe
      14. Silence Observed by Michael Innes
      15. The Murderers by Fredric Brown
      16. Error of Judgment by George Harmon Coxe
      17. The Bullet-Proof Martyr by James A. Howard
      18. The Papers of Andrew Melmoth by Hugh Sykes Davies
      The Saturday Review
      , September 30, 1961, pp. 33-34 - PDF
    10. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      One Night in July, by Jonathan Root
      1. One Night in July by Jonathan Root
      2. The Case of the Bigamous Spouse by Erle Stanley Gardner
      3. Brownstone Gothic by Elizabeth Shenkin
      4. Dark Lantern by Christopher Short
      5. Too Hot to Handle by Stewart Sterling
      6. The House of Soldiers by Andrew Garve
      7. Certain Sleep by Helen Reilly
      8. The Affair of the Red Mosaic by Patrick O'Malley
      9. Missing, Presumed Dead by Carlton Keith
      10. Ellery Queen's 16th Mystery Annual by Ellery Queen
      11. Dangerous to Lean Out by Kevin FitzGerald
      12. Rogues' Ransom by Gordon Ashe
      13. Counsel for the Defense by Jeffrey Ashford
      14. Beware of Midnight by John Welcome
      15. Murder Forestalled by Peter Chester
      The Saturday Review
      , October 28, 1961, p. 25 - PDF
    11. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      Ten Rillington Place, by Ludovic H.C. Kennedy
      1. Ten Rillington Place by Ludovic H.C. Kennedy
      2. The Smartest Grave by Reginald James White
      3. Diplomatic Death by Charles Forsyte
      4. Murder, London-New York by John Creasey
      5. After the Verdict by Anthony Gilbert
      6. Cry Vengeance by Ludovic Peters
      7. The Man Who Looked Death in the Eye by Hampton Stone
      8. The Concise Encyclopedia of Crime and Criminals by Harold Scott
      9. Ellery Queen's 1962 Anthology by Ellery Queen
      10. Winds of Evil by Arthur W. Upfield
      11. Helen All Alone by William Buchan
      12. Three Cases for Mr. Campion by Margery Allingham
      13. New People at the Hollies by Josephine Bell
      14. Choice of Violence by Hugh Pentecost
      15. The Final Deduction by Rex Stout
      The Saturday Review
      , November 25, 1961, p. 40 - PDF
    12. [+]
      (Review)
      Conan Doyle, by Hesketh Pearson
      1. Conan Doyle by Hesketh Pearson
      The Saturday Review
      , October 28, 1961, p. 24 - PDF
    13. [+]
      (18 Reviews)
      The Devil Was Handsome, by Maurice Procter
      1. The Devil Was Handsome by Maurice Procter
      2. Lizzie Borden: The Untold Story by Edward D. Radin
      3. A Companion to Murder by E. Spencer Shew
      4. The Sheppard Murder Case by Paul Holmes
      5. The Gentleman Was a Thief by Neil Hickey
      6. The Papers of Andrew Melmoth by Hugh Sykes Davies
      7. One Night in July by Jonathan Root
      8. Operation Terror by Gordon Gordon and Mildred Gordon
      9. A Case for Appeal by Lesley Egan
      10. Farewell Crown and Goodbye King by Margot Bennett
      11. The Empty Robe by Stella Crater and Oscar Fraley
      12. The Men Who Robbed Brink's by Joseph J. O'Keefe and Bob Considine
      13. Tales for a Rainy Night by David Alexander
      14. A Grave Undertaking by Lionel White
      15. A Friend of Mary Rose by Elizabeth Fenwick
      16. Banking on Murder by Emma Lathen
      17. The Smartest Grave by Reginald James White
      18. Ten Rillington Place by Ludovic H.C. Kennedy
      The Saturday Review
      , December 23, 1961, p. 25 - PDF