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Year 1988 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
      , November 1988, pp. 82-94
    2. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , April 1988, pp. 56-72
    3. Short Stories 
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , September 1988, pp. 4-14
    4. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , February 1988, pp. 24-33
    5. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , May 1988, pp. 36-47
    6. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , August 1988, pp. 104-112
    7. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , February 1988, pp. 108-124
    8. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , October 1988, pp. 96-110
    9. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      Natural Prey, by Mathis Edward
      1. Natural Prey by Mathis Edward
      2. The Crossword Hunt by Herbert Resnicow
      3. The Black Dahlia by James Ellroy
      4. Presumed Innocent by Scott Turow
      5. The Red House Mystery by A.A. Milne
      6. Cast, in Order of Disappearance by Simon Brett
      7. Briarpatch by Ross Thomas
      8. Miss Marple: The Complete Short Stories by Agatha Christie
      9. The Life and Times of Miss Jane Marple by Anne Hart
      10. Moscow Metal by Rick Boyer
      11. Trojan Gold by Elizabeth Peters
      12. Blood Russian by R.D. Zimmerman
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , January 1988, pp. 148-151
    10. [+]
      (Review)
      Anne Perry
      1. The Cater Street Hangman by Anne Perry
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , February 1988, p. 148
    11. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      Mystery Reviews
      1. Die for Love by Elizabeth Peters
      2. Miss Melville Regrets by Evelyn E. Smith
      3. The Narrowing Circle by Julian Symons
      4. The Saberdene Variations by Thomas Maxwell
      5. The Body in the Billiard Room by H.R.F. Keating
      6. The Rag Doll Murder by H. Paul Jeffers
      7. A Fatal Inversion by Barbara Vine
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , February 1988, pp. 149-151
    12. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      Fire Lake, by Jonathan Valin
      1. Fire Lake by Jonathan Valin
      2. Seascape with Dead Figures by Roy Hart
      3. The Recycled Citizen by Charlotte MacLeod
      4. The Ninety Million Dollar Mouse by Francis M. Nevins, Jr.
      5. Frogmouth by William Leonard Marshall
      6. Fantomas by Marcel Allain and Pierre Souvestre
      7. Early Graves by Joseph Hansen
      8. Behind You by Thomas Millstead
      9. Prime Suspects by Bill Pronzini and Martin H. Greenberg
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , March 1988, pp. 148-151
    13. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      The Castle of the Demon, by Patrick Ruell
      1. The Castle of the Demon by Patrick Ruell
      2. Death Signs by H. Edward Hunsburger
      3. Rafferty's Rules by W. Glenn Duncan
      4. The Scholars of Night by John M. Ford
      5. Huckleberry Fiend by Julie Smith
      6. The Dark Side by Doug Hornig
      7. Old Bones by Aaron Elkins
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , April 1988, pp. 148-151
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      (3 Reviews)
      Anthony Oliver
      1. The Pew Group by Anthony Oliver
      2. The Elberg Collection by Anthony Oliver
      3. Cover-Up by Anthony Oliver
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , May 1988, pp. 148-150
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      (3 Reviews)
      Mystery Reviews
      1. Slow Burn by Joel Helgerson
      2. Cry at Dusk by Mignon F. Ballard
      3. Death in Fashion by Marian Babson
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , May 1988, p. 151
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      (13 Reviews)
      Better Mousetraps, by John Lutz
      1. Better Mousetraps by John Lutz
      2. Blind Man's Bluff by E. Richard Johnson
      3. A Paramount Kill by Gaylord Larsen
      4. A Whiff of Death by Isaac Asimov
      5. Mrs. Pollifax and the Golden Triangle by Dorothy Gilman
      6. The Latimer Mercy by Robert Richardson
      7. Trace Elements by Kathryn Lasky Knight
      8. The Letter of the Law by Carole Berry
      9. A Lover Scorned by Isabelle Holland
      10. A Healthy Way to Die by Michael Kenyon
      11. Shattered Silk by Barbara Michaels
      12. The Right Jack by Margaret Maron
      13. Murder Unrenovated by P.M. Carlson
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , June 1988, pp. 148-151
    17. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      The Widow's Club, by Dorothy Cannell
      1. The Widow's Club by Dorothy Cannell
      2. Design for Murder by Carolyn G. Hart
      3. Poetic Justice by L.A. Taylor
      4. The Spirit of the Hills by Dan O'Brien
      5. Eye of the Storm by Marcia Muller
      6. The Man Who Met the Train by Harold Adams
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , July 1988, pp. 150-152
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      (Review)
      Picture Miss Seeton, by Heron Carvic
      1. Picture Miss Seeton by Heron Carvic
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , August 1988, pp. 148-149
    19. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      A Radical Departure, by Lia Matera
      1. A Radical Departure by Lia Matera
      2. Murder on Clam Pond by Douglas Kiker
      3. Coign of Vantage by John McAleer
      4. Ice for the Eskimo by W.R. Philbrick
      5. Unnatural Causes by Thomas T. Noguchi, M.D. and Arthur Lyons
      6. A Thief of Time by Tony Hillerman
      7. Joey's Case by K.C. Constantine
      8. A Good Year for Murder by A.E. Eddenden
      9. Death of an Alaskan Princess by Bridget A. Smith
      10. Money Trouble by William J. Reynolds
      11. Bertie and the Tinman by Peter Lovesey
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , September 1988, pp. 148-151
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      (6 Reviews)
      Something Wicked, by Carolyn G. Hart
      1. Something Wicked by Carolyn G. Hart
      2. "D" Is for Deadbeat by Sue Grafton
      3. Heartstones by Ruth Rendell
      4. Plugged Nickel by Robert Campbell
      5. The Physalia Incident by Art Spikol
      6. The Year of the Monkey by Carole Berry
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , October 1988, pp. 149-151