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Year 1967 Archives
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    1. The Saturday Review
      , March 11, 1967, pp. 129-133 - PDF
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      (16 Reviews)
      A Pictorial History of Crime, by Julian Symons
      1. A Pictorial History of Crime by Julian Symons
      2. Imperial Agent: The Goleniewski-Romanov Case by Guy Richards
      3. Jesse James Was His Name by William A. Settle, Jr.
      4. Deadline by Thomas B. Dewey
      5. The King of the Rainy Country by Nicolas Freeling
      6. It Won't Get You Anywhere by Desmond Skirrow
      7. Midnight Hag by Joan Fleming
      8. Ocean Road by Jack Bennett
      9. Spanish Duet by Francis Clifford
      10. The Magic Grandfather by Doris Miles Disney
      11. When Eight Bells Toll by Alistair MacLean
      12. Two After Malic by Ludovic Peters
      13. The Episode at Toledo by Ann Bridge
      14. Deathblow Hill by Phoebe Atwood Taylor
      15. File for Record by Alice Tilton
      16. The Ninth Directive by Adam Hall
      The Saturday Review
      , January 28, 1967, p. 40 - PDF
    3. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      The Mark Fein Case, by William A. Reuben
      1. The Mark Fein Case by William A. Reuben
      2. The Verdicts Were Just by Albert Averbach and Charles Price
      3. The Secret Service Story by Michael Dorman
      4. Wolves, Widows, and Orphans by Dan Tyler Moore
      5. The February Plan by James Hall Roberts
      6. Smiling, the Boy Fell Dead by Michael Delving
      7. The Terrible Pictures by Ben Healey
      8. Cable Car by June Drummond
      9. Always Kill a Stranger by Robert L. Fish
      10. The Eliminator by Andrew York
      11. Death on the Reserve by Josephine Bell
      12. The Saint Magazine Reader by Leslie Charteris and Hans Cantesson
      13. Sleuths and Consequences by Thomas B. Dewey
      14. House of Cards by Stanley Ellin
      15. What Should You Know of Dying? by Tobias Wells
      The Saturday Review
      , February 25, 1967, p. 58 - PDF
    4. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      Treacherous Road, by Simon Harvester
      1. Treacherous Road by Simon Harvester
      2. The Coppolino Murder Trial by Leonard Katz
      3. The Thirty-First Floor by Peter Wahloo
      4. The Courtesy of Death by Geoffrey Household
      5. The Crystallised Carbon Pig by John William Wainwright
      6. Death Takes a Sabbatical by Robert Bernard
      7. Face to Face by Ellery Queen
      8. One of Us Works for Them by Jack D. Hunter
      9. Dead Corse by Mary Kelly
      10. A Man Could Get Killed that Way by Weldon Hill
      11. The Eyewitness by Mark Hebden
      12. Archer in Hollywood by Ross Macdonald
      13. Green Grow the Tresses-O by Stanley Hyland
      14. Ashes in an Urn by Jan Roffman
      The Saturday Review
      , March 25, 1967, p. 35 - PDF
    5. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      The Silent Syndicate, by Hank Messick
      1. The Silent Syndicate by Hank Messick
      2. Murder Parade by Gerald Sparrow
      3. The Executioners by John Creasey
      4. A Most Private Intrigue by Leo Calvin Rosten
      5. Murder for Art's Sake by Richard Lockridge
      6. Taint of Innocence by Marquis W. Childs
      7. The James Joyce Murder Mystery by Amanda Cross
      8. Thirty Days Hath September by Owen John
      9. Snow on High Ground by Raymond Sawkins
      10. Wanted for Killing by John Welcome
      11. Ellery Queen's Anthology: 1967 Mid-Year Edition by Ellery Queen
      12. The Power House by William Haggard
      13. The Nameless Ones by Lesley Egan
      14. Devil at Your Elbow by Dominic Devine
      15. Traps Need Fresh Bait by Erle Stanley Gardner
      16. In Pursuit of Evil by Hugh Mills
      The Saturday Review
      , April 29, 1967, p. 36 - PDF
    6. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      Frame-Up, by Curt Gentry
      1. Frame-Up by Curt Gentry
      2. The Meaning of Murder by John Brophy
      3. A Man Called Lucy by Pierre Accoce
      4. Great Mysteries of the Air by Ralph Barker
      5. An Expensive Place to Die by Len Deighton
      6. The Tour by David Ely
      7. The Sabre Squadron by Simon Raven
      8. Those Who Walk Away by Patricia Highsmith
      9. Death and Taxes by Thomas B. Dewey
      10. The Big Still by Roderick Wilkinson
      11. The Case of the Good Employer by Christopher Bush
      12. The Gift Shop by Charlotte Armstrong
      13. Murder in Our Midst by Agatha Christie
      The Saturday Review
      , May 27, 1967, p. 29 - PDF
    7. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      The Baron of Arizona, by E.H. Cookridge
      1. The Baron of Arizona by E.H. Cookridge
      2. Vicious Circle by Francis Bamford and Viola Bankes
      3. The Killing Season by John Redgate
      4. The Warlock by Wilson Tucker
      5. The Seersucker Whipsaw by Ross Thomas
      6. Let's Choose Executors by Sara Woods
      7. Death Is a Friend by Donald MacKenzie
      8. Code Name, Sebastian by James Leonard Johnson
      9. Weave a Wicked Web by Paul Kruger
      10. The Hochmann Miniatures by Robert L. Fish
      11. Otley Pursued by Martin Waddell
      12. Phantom Lady by William Irish
      13. Follow the Toff by John Creasey
      The Saturday Review
      , June 24, 1967, p. 40 - PDF
    8. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      Conan Doyle: A Biography, by Pierre Nordon
      1. Conan Doyle: A Biography by Pierre Nordon
      2. Women in Crime by Tony Parker
      3. The Art of Spying by Enrico Altavilla
      4. Inside the FBI by Norman Ollestad
      5. Chance to Kill by Dell Shannon
      6. Gat Heat by Richard S. Prather
      7. Vulcan's Hammer by Daniel Da Cruz
      8. Flying Finish by Dick Francis
      9. The Bright Green Waistcoat by Pete Fry
      10. All Men Are Lonely Now by Francis Clifford
      11. Case with Three Husbands by Margaret Erskine
      12. Ellery Queen's All-Star Lineup by Ellery Queen
      The Saturday Review
      , July 29, 1967, p. 29 - PDF
    9. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      The Cask, by Freeman Wills Crofts
      1. The Cask by Freeman Wills Crofts
      2. The Golden Trap by Hugh Pentecost
      3. Murder One by Dorothy Kilgallen
      4. Dark and Bloody Ground by Betsey B. Creekmore
      5. Game Without Rules by Michael Gilbert
      6. The Elephant Valley by Finis Farr
      7. Requiem in Utopia by Richard Starnes
      8. The Long Pursuit by Jon Cleary
      9. Night of Clear Choice by Doris Miles Disney
      10. The Uncommitted Man by Robert E. Pickering
      11. The Kessler Legacy by Richard Martin Stern
      12. Best Detective Stories of the Year by Anthony Boucher
      13. Larger Than Life by Dino Buzzati
      14. The Shelton Conspiracy by Rae Foley
      15. Unhallowed Murder by Simon Nash
      The Saturday Review
      , August 26, 1967, p. 33 - PDF
    10. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      The Spy Who Was Never Caught, by Ronald Seth
      1. The Spy Who Was Never Caught by Ronald Seth
      2. Famous Detectives by Eugene B. Block
      3. Third Girl by Agatha Christie
      4. They Came from the Sky by Edward Spiro
      5. The Trouble with Series Three by Michael Kenyon
      6. Deadly Honeymoon by Lawrence Block
      7. No Bones About It by Joan Fleming
      8. A Very Quiet Place by Andrew Garve
      9. A Man in the Middle by M.E. Chaber
      10. The Coordinator by Andrew York
      11. Little Dragon from Peking by James Eastwood
      The Saturday Review
      , September 30, 1967, pp. 58-62 - PDF