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    1. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      The FBI's Most Famous Cases, by Andrew Tully
      1. The FBI's Most Famous Cases by Andrew Tully
      2. The Trial of Dr. De Kaplany by Carolyn Anspacher
      3. The Deadly Silence by Renee Buse
      4. The Fine Art of Murder by Walter B. Gibson
      5. The Billion-Dollar Brain by Len Deighton
      6. Black Money by Ross Macdonald
      7. The Hardboiled Dicks by Ron Goulart
      8. Frederika and the Convict by Lillian M. Robertson
      9. Gideon's Badge by J.J. Marric
      10. Wanted: Dead Men by M.E. Chaber
      11. The Hound's Tooth by Robert Emmett McDowell
      12. The Singing Bone by R. Austin Freeman
      13. The Terror, and Other Tales by Arthur Machen
      14. The Green Archer by Edgar Wallace
      15. The Game of X by Robert Sheckley
      16. The House at Satan's Elbow by John Dickson Carr
      The Saturday Review
      , January 29, 1966, p. 37 - PDF
    2. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      The Conspiracy of Death, by George Redston and Kendell F. Crossen
      1. The Conspiracy of Death by George Redston and Kendell F. Crossen
      2. Fifteen Clues by Eugene B. Block
      3. Spy: Twenty Years in the Soviet Secret Service by Gordon Lonsdale
      4. The Two Assassins by Renatus Hartogs and Lucy Freeman
      5. The Double Image by Helen MacInnes
      6. Bazzaris by Don Tracy
      7. The Widow Watchers by Frank Archer
      8. The Anxious Conspirator by Michael Underwood
      9. The Windy Side of the Law by Sara Woods
      10. 711-Officer Needs Help~~Seven-Eleven-Officer Needs Help by Whit Masterson
      11. Coffin in Malta by Gwendoline Butler
      12. Salute from a Dead Man by Donald MacKenzie
      13. Girl on the Run by Hillary Waugh
      14. Murder by 3's by Patricia Moyes
      15. Date with Death by Elizabeth Linington
      The Saturday Review
      , February 26, 1966, p. 40 - PDF
    3. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      FBI Man: A Personal History, by Louis Cochran
      1. FBI Man: A Personal History by Louis Cochran
      2. The Case of Joe Hill by Philip S. Foner
      3. Plotting and Writing Suspense Fiction by Patricia Highsmith
      4. Hide and Go Seek by Andrew Garve
      5. The Cat Who Could Read Backwards by Lilian Jackson Braun
      6. The Crack in the Teacup by Michael Gilbert
      7. Dead Against the Lawyers by Roderic Jeffries
      8. Death, the Sure Physician by John Wakefield
      9. The Silent Cousin by Elizabeth Fenwick
      10. The Paint-Stained Flannels by Pete Fry
      11. Patchwork of Death by Peter Nichols
      12. Post-Mortem by Harry Carmichael
      13. The Midnight Man by Henry Kane
      14. The Season to Be Deadly by Richard Hardwick
      15. Thursday at Dawn by Werner J. Luddecke
      16. The Crime-Solvers by Stewart H. Benedict
      The Saturday Review
      , March 26, 1966, p. 35 - PDF
    4. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      The World's Worst Murderers, by Charles Franklin
      1. The World's Worst Murderers by Charles Franklin
      2. Report from No. 24 by Gunnar Sonsteby
      3. Murder Makes the Wheels Go 'Round by Emma Lathen
      4. Odds Against by Dick Francis
      5. Shannon's Choice by Dell Shannon
      6. The Hard Sell by William Haggard
      7. His Own Appointed Day by Dominic Devine
      8. The Secret Soldier by John Quigley
      9. The Naked Runner by Francis Clifford
      10. The Search for Bruno Heidler by Stephen Marlowe
      11. Spylight by James Leasor
      12. The Holm Oaks by P.M. Hubbard
      13. A Kind of Treason by Robert S. Elegant
      14. Echo of Treason by Jonathan Burke
      15. The Spymaster by Philip Freund
      16. Masters of Mayhem, 1965 by Edward D. Radin
      The Saturday Review
      , April 30, 1966, p. 41 - PDF
    5. [+]
      (18 Reviews)
      Night's Evil, by Mark McShane
      1. Night's Evil by Mark McShane
      2. Murder by 3's by Patricia Moyes
      3. The World's Greatest Spies by Charles Wighton
      4. Thirteen Ways to Dispose of a Body by Basil Davenport
      5. No Escape by Josephine Bell
      6. Death Walks in Eastrepps by Francis Beeding
      7. The Old Man in the Corner by Emmuska Orczy
      8. Lady Into Fox by David Garnett
      9. The Paper Dolls by L.P. Davies
      10. The Heir Hunters by Bill S. Ballinger
      11. Eighty Million Eyes by Ed McBain
      12. A Small War Made to Order by Norman Lewis
      13. House on Greenapple Road by Harold R. Daniels
      14. A Candle for the Dead by Hugh Marlowe
      15. A Matter of Love and Death by Tobias Wells
      16. The Case of the Innocent Victims by John Creasey
      17. Criminal Conversation by Nicolas Freeling
      18. Widows Wear Weeds by A.A. Fair
      The Saturday Review
      , May 28, 1966, p. 36 - PDF
    6. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      Wyatt's Hurricane, by Desmond Bagley
      1. Wyatt's Hurricane by Desmond Bagley
      2. The Ring of Truth by George Harmon Coxe
      3. The Incredible Shlock Homes by Robert L. Fish
      4. Elementary, My Dear Watson by Irving L. Jaffee
      5. The Monkey and the Tiger by Robert van Gulik
      6. The Fox Valley Murders by John Holbrook Vance
      7. Johnny Under Ground by Patricia Moyes
      8. Shooting Script by Gavin Lyall
      9. The Mission in Sparrow Bush Lane by Alfred Stanford
      10. The Faceless Enemy by Frances Shelley Wees
      11. The Murder of Mary Steers by Brian Cooper
      12. Stalemate by Evelyn Berckman
      13. The Man in the Tricorn Hat by Delano Ames
      14. The Moonlighters by Susan Morrow
      15. Ashenden, or the British Agent by W. Somerset Maugham
      16. The Bloody Wood by Michael Innes
      The Saturday Review
      , June 25, 1966, p. 31 - PDF
    7. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      The Art Stealers, by Milton Esterow
      1. The Art Stealers by Milton Esterow
      2. Line Up Tough Guys by Ron Goulart
      3. The Big Knockover by Dashiell Hammett and Lillian Hellman
      4. Disposing Mind by Richard H.R. Smithies
      5. The Kremlin Letter by Noel Behn
      6. High Water at Four by Jerrard Tickell
      7. Offshore! by Stephen Coulter
      8. The Crucifixion of Pete Mccabe by Jack Pearl
      9. The Case of the Jumbo Sandwich by Christopher Bush
      10. Six-Day Week by Alan Gardner
      11. You Want to Die, Johnny? by Gavin Black
      12. Cave of Bats by Robert MacLeod
      13. The Room Upstairs by Monica Dickens
      14. Die Rich, Die Happy by James Mitchell
      15. His Weight in Gold by Maurice Procter
      16. At Some Forgotten Door by Doris Miles Disney
      The Saturday Review
      , July 30, 1966, p. 40 - PDF
    8. [+]
      (17 Reviews)
      An Agent in Place, by Thomas Whiteside
      1. An Agent in Place by Thomas Whiteside
      2. Saturday the Rabbi Went Hungry by Harry Kemelman
      3. Otley by Martin Waddell
      4. Pure Poison by Hillary Waugh
      5. The Cool Cottontail by John Dudley Ball
      6. Murder Roundabout by Richard Lockridge
      7. The Case of the Worried Waitress by Erle Stanley Gardner
      8. The Dark Trade by Anthony Lejeune
      9. Some Avenger, Rise! by Lesley Egan
      10. Exit Screaming by Herbert Dalmas
      11. The Blind Cave by Leo Katcher
      12. A Business of Bodies by Stanton Forbes
      13. The Evil that Men Do by Hugh Pentecost
      14. The Old Trade of Killing by John Harris
      15. Enter Certain Murderers by Sara Woods
      16. The Private Face of Murder by John Bonett and Emery Bonett
      17. The Baron and the Chinese Puzzle by John Creasey
      The Saturday Review
      , August 27, 1966, p. 32 - PDF
    9. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      The Trial of Steven Truscott, by Isabel de Bourdais
      1. The Trial of Steven Truscott by Isabel de Bourdais
      2. The Trail of the Poppy by Charles Siragusa and Robert Wiedrich
      3. At Bertram's Hotel by Agatha Christie
      4. Death of a Doxy by Rex Stout
      5. The Asking Price by Henry Cecil
      6. The Cold War Swap by Ross Thomas
      7. Killer Dolphin by Ngaio Marsh
      8. The Christmas Egg by Mary Kelly
      9. The Shamir of Dachau by Christopher Davis
      10. Blind Spot by Joseph Harrington
      11. Out of the Depths by Leonard Holton
      12. Moscow Coach by Philip McCutchan
      13. Going, Going, Gone by Phoebe Atwood Taylor
      14. The Playboy Book of Crime and Suspense
      15. Best Detective Stories of the Year by Anthony Boucher
      16. Ellery Queen's Crime Carousel by Ellery Queen
      The Saturday Review
      , September 24, 1966, p. 44 - PDF
    10. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      The Man Who Stole Portugal, by Murray Teigh Bloom
      1. The Man Who Stole Portugal by Murray Teigh Bloom
      2. World-Famous Trials by Charles Franklin
      3. Something Terrible Has Happened by Peter van Slingerland
      4. Moving Target by Jack McClenaghan
      5. Death Shall Overcome by Emma Lathen
      6. Thirteen Clues for Miss Marple by Agatha Christie
      7. The Minister of Injustice by Maurice Culpan
      8. Every Body's Ready to Die by Jocko Frederics
      9. The Morning After Death by Nicholas Blake
      10. The Traces of Merrilee by Herbert Brean
      11. Ellery Queen's 1967 Anthology by Ellery Queen
      12. The Ghost Car by Bill Knox
      13. Murder, London-South Africa by John Creasey
      14. Beyond the Mountains by Alexander Ramati
      15. Operation Delta by Anthony McCall
      16. Sinister Spies by Alfred Hitchcock
      The Saturday Review
      , October 29, 1966, pp. 38-43 - PDF
    11. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      The Last Two to Hang, by Elwyn Jones
      1. The Last Two to Hang by Elwyn Jones
      2. The World's Wickedest Men by Andrew Ewart
      3. The Golden Fleecers by Walter Wagner
      4. The World's Most Intriguing True Mysteries by Rupert Furneaux
      5. Brass Knuckles by Frank Gruber
      6. Tree Frog by Martin Woodhouse
      7. Stowaway by Ronald Johnston
      8. With a Vengeance by Dell Shannon
      9. A Taste of Treasure by John Creasey
      10. Who Is Lewis Pinder? by L.P. Davies
      11. The Burned Man by Bart Spicer
      12. The Pact by James Ambrose Brown
      13. Dusty Death by Osmington Mills
      14. The Day It Rained Diamonds by M.E. Chaber
      15. Dead Ernest by Alice Tilton
      The Saturday Review
      , November 26, 1966, pp. 46-47 - PDF
    12. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      Rape in Paradise, by Theon Wright
      1. Rape in Paradise by Theon Wright
      2. By Reason of Insanity by John Balt
      3. Principles of Criminology by Edwin H. Sutherland and Donald R. Cre...
      4. Wings of Mystery by Dale M. Titler
      5. The Spy with Two Hats by Rosamond McPherson Young
      6. Rogue Running by Maurice Proctor
      7. In the Absence of Mrs. Petersen by Nigel Balchin
      8. The Denmark Bus by Arthur J. Roth
      9. The Venus Trap by James Michael Ullman
      10. Run Man Run by Chester Himes
      11. Lust for Murder by Henry Klinger
      12. Undercover Cat Prowls Again by Gordon Gordon and Mildred Gordon
      13. Crack of Doom by Oyvind Holmvik and Hans Faye-Lund
      14. Devil Takes All by Martin Caidin
      15. Dive Deep for Danger by H.T. Rothwell
      16. A Creature of the Twilight by Russell Kirk
      The Saturday Review
      , December 31, 1966, p. 28 - PDF
    13. [+]
      The Menorah Men, by Lionel Davidson
      1. The Menorah Men by Lionel Davidson
      The Saturday Review
      , August 27, 1966, pp. 35-37 - PDF