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Year 1987 Archives
Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine Archives
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  • Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
    Total Archives: 50 Years, 495 Issues, 7,779 Articles, 80,559pp
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    1. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , April 1987, pp. 31-53
    2. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , November 1987, pp. 125-132
    3. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , July 1987, pp. 38-41
    4. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , June 1987, pp. 34-42
    5. Short Stories 
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , December 1987, pp. 6-20
    6. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , September 1987, pp. 62-90
    7. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , March 1987, pp. 88-98
    8. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      Sleep and His Brother, by Peter Dickinson
      1. Sleep and His Brother by Peter Dickinson
      2. The Cat Who Could Read Backwards by Lilian Jackson Braun
      3. The Right to Sing the Blues by John Lutz
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , January 1987, pp. 150-151
    9. [+]
      (2 Reviews)
      Mystery Reviews
      1. The Zarahemla Vision by Gary Stewart
      2. The Red Encounter by R.D. Zimmerman
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , February 1987, p. 151
    10. Phoebe Atwood Taylor
      1. The Zarahemla Vision by Gary Stewart
      2. The Red Encounter by R.D. Zimmerman
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , February 1987, pp. 149-150
    11. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      A Taste for Death, by P.D. James
      1. A Taste for Death by P.D. James
      2. Rough Cut by Edward Gorman
      3. A Cadenza for Caruso by Barbara Paul
      4. True Detective by Max Allan Collins
      5. Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Raleigh Legacy by L.B. Greenwood
      6. Graves in Academe by Susan Kenney
      7. Dark Streaks and Empty Places by Edward Mathis
      8. Murder on Martha's Vineyard by Kelley Roos
      9. The Killer Breath by John Wyllie
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , March 1987, pp. 149-152
    12. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      I Am the Only Running Footman, by Martha Grimes
      1. I Am the Only Running Footman by Martha Grimes
      2. Good and Dead by Jane Langton
      3. Skinwalkers by Tony Hillerman
      4. Fadeaway by Richard Dean Rosen
      5. The Plain Old Man by Charlotte MacLeod
      6. Advent of Dying by Carol Anne O'Marie
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , April 1987, pp. 150-152
    13. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      Death of a Radcliffe Roommate, by Victoria Silver
      1. Death of a Radcliffe Roommate by Victoria Silver
      2. The Wolf Whispered Death by Barbara Moore
      3. Going, Going, Gone by Eliza G.C. Collins
      4. The Mantrap Garden by John Sherwood
      5. Fletch, Too by Gregory Mcdonald
      6. The Raven in the Foregate by Ellis Peters
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , May 1987, pp. 149-151
    14. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      Robert Barnard
      1. Death by Sheer Torture by Robert Barnard
      2. Death and the Princess by Robert Barnard
      3. The Case of the Missing Bronte by Robert Barnard
      4. Bodies by Robert Barnard
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , June 1987, pp. 149-150
    15. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      Mystery Reviews
      1. The Next to Die by Richard Fliegel
      2. A Nice Weekend for a Murder by Max Allan Collins
      3. Death Is a Lonely Business by Ray Bradbury
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , June 1987, pp. 151-152
    16. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      Dead on Arrival, by Dorothy Simpson
      1. Dead on Arrival by Dorothy Simpson
      2. An Educated Murder by J.R. Hulland
      3. Head First by William Leonard Marshall
      4. Gants by Richard K. Abshire and William R. Clair
      5. Hard Rain by Janwillem van de Wetering
      6. Love of Money by L.A. Taylor
      7. Deadly Meeting by Robert Bernard
      8. Wycliffe and the Quiet Virgin by W.J. Burley
      9. Poison by Ed McBain
      10. The Little Dog Laughed by Joseph Hansen
      11. The Red Thumb Mark by R. Austin Freeman
      12. Murder in a Mummy Case by K.K. Beck
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , July 1987, pp. 149-152
    17. [+]
      (2 Reviews)
      Charlotte MacLeod
      1. Rest You Merry by Charlotte MacLeod
      2. The Corpse in Oozak's Pond by Charlotte MacLeod
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , August 1987, pp. 149-150
    18. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      Mystery Reviews
      1. Mists Over Mosley by John Greenwood
      2. Blood Test by Jonathan Kellerman
      3. What Dread Hand by Sarah Kemp
      4. Manila Bay by William Leonard Marshall
      5. An Advancement of Learning by Reginald Hill
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , August 1987, pp. 151-152
    19. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      Fast Fade, by Arthur Lyons
      1. Fast Fade by Arthur Lyons
      2. Death on Deadline by Robert Goldsborough
      3. A Nice Class of Corpse by Simon Brett
      4. The Murder at the Mimosa Inn by Joan Hess
      5. The 600-Pound Gorilla by Robert Campbell
      6. Lady Yesterday by Loren D. Estleman
      7. Toll Call by Stephen Greenleaf
      8. The White House Pantry Murder by Elliott Roosevelt
      9. Death on Demand by Carolyn G. Hart
      10. Beyond the Grave by Marcia Muller and Bill Pronzini
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , September 1987, pp. 148-150
    20. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      The Barbed Wire Noose, by Harold Adams
      1. The Barbed Wire Noose by Harold Adams
      2. Rough Cider by Peter Lovesey
      3. The Fourth Wall by Barbara Paul
      4. A Little Death Music by Joan Higgins
      5. Hidden Lake by Trish Janeshutz
      6. Mary's Grave by Malcolm McClintick
      7. Pale Kings and Princes by Robert B. Parker
      8. Murder-by-the-Sea by Layne Littlepage
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , October 1987, pp. 150-152