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Year 1991 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 1991, pp. 33-47
    2. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , September 1991, pp. 48-63
    3. Short Stories 
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , August 1991, pp. 8-12
    4. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , May 1991, pp. 50-75
    5. Short Stories 
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , April 1991, pp. 6-15
    6. Mystery Classic 
      Mystery Classic
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , July 1991, pp. 136-148
    7. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , September 1991, pp. 18-31
    8. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , July 1991, pp. 93-119
    9. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , January 1991, pp. 106-119
    10. Mystery Classic 
      Mystery Classic
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , March 1991, pp. 136-146
    11. [+]
      (Review)
      Sphere of Death, by Ray Harrison
      1. Sphere of Death by Ray Harrison
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , August 1991, pp. 148-151
    12. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      Cold Comfort, by M.D. Lake
      1. Cold Comfort by M.D. Lake
      2. There's Nothing to Be Afraid Of by Marcia Muller
      3. Murder on a Mystery Tour by Marian Babson
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , January 1991, pp. 153-155
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      (Review)
      A Death for a Double, by E.X. Giroux
      1. A Death for a Double by E.X. Giroux
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , February 1991, pp. 150-152
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      (8 Reviews)
      The Face of a Stranger, by Anne Perry
      1. The Face of a Stranger by Anne Perry
      2. Catering to Nobody by Diane Mott Davidson
      3. Larkspur by Sheila Simonson
      4. Innocence Lost by Carlton Stowers
      5. Kindred Crimes by Janet Dawson
      6. A City of Strangers by Robert Barnard
      7. The Chinese Oxymoron by Veronica S. Pierce
      8. The Gift Horse's Mouth by R. Wright Campbell
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , March 1991, pp. 148-151
    15. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      Pet Peeves, by Taylor McCafferty
      1. Pet Peeves by Taylor McCafferty
      2. A Cat in the Manger by Lydia Adamson
      3. Longshot by Dick Francis
      4. Bodies of Water by J.S. Borthwick
      5. Mortal Words by Kathryn Lasky Knight
      6. Trophies and Dead Things by Marcia Muller
      7. Stardust by Robert B. Parker
      8. The Pale Criminal by Philip Kerr
      9. Body Scissors by Jerome Doolittle
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , April 1991, pp. 149-151
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      (6 Reviews)
      Crown in Darkness, by P.C. Doherty
      1. Crown in Darkness by P.C. Doherty
      2. Spy in Chancery by P.C. Doherty
      3. The Angel of Death by P.C. Doherty
      4. The Death of a King by P.C. Doherty
      5. The Whyte Harte by P.C. Doherty
      6. The Serpent Amongst the Lilies by P.C. Doherty
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , May 1991, pp. 150-152
    17. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      Death by Sheer Torture, by Robert Barnard
      1. Death by Sheer Torture by Robert Barnard
      2. The Thin Woman by Dorothy Cannell
      3. A Nice Class of Corpse by Simon Brett
      4. Death of My Aunt by C.H.B. Kitchin
      5. The Sirens Sang of Murder by Sarah Caudwell
      6. Frogmouth by William Leonard Marshall
      7. Double Whammy by Carl Hiaasen
      8. Sweet, Savage Death by Orania Papazoglou
      9. Die for Love by Elizabeth Peters
      10. The Letter of the Law by Carole Berry
      11. A Nun in the Closet by Dorothy Gilman
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , July 1991, pp. 150-152
    18. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      Deeds of Trust, by Victor Wuamett
      1. Deeds of Trust by Victor Wuamett
      2. More Deaths Than One by Marjorie Eccles
      3. Murder Saves Face by Haughton Murphy
      4. Symbols at Your Door by Anthea Fraser
      5. Dogtown by Mercedes Lambert
      6. Daphne Dead and Done For by Jonathan Ross
      7. The Nominative Case by Edward Mackin
      8. The Dreaming Damozel by Mollie Hardwick
      9. Heartshot by Steven F. Havill
      10. The Last Resort by Jacqueline Girdner
      11. A Woman's Own Mystery by Hannah Wakefield
      12. Loves Music, Loves to Dance by Mary Higgins Clark
      13. Crimes of the City by Robert Rosenberg
      14. Lieberman's Folly by Stuart M. Kaminsky
      15. The Fate of Princes by P.C. Doherty
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , September 1991, pp. 148-151
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      (12 Reviews)
      Walk on the Water, by W.R. Philbrick
      1. Walk on the Water by W.R. Philbrick
      2. Death Below Deck by Douglas Kiker
      3. The Woman Who Walked Into the Sea by Philip R. Craig
      4. Right to Die by Jeremiah Healy
      5. Nothing Human by Ronald Munson
      6. The Dante Game by Jane Langton
      7. Deadline by D.F. Mills
      8. True Crime by Michael Mewshaw
      9. A Private Crime by Lillian O'Donnell
      10. The Search Committee by Ralph M. McInerny
      11. The Last Gambit by David Delman
      12. Threnody for Two by Jeanne Hart
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , October 1991, pp. 149-152
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      (Review)
      Stephen Dobyns
      1. Saratoga Longshot by Stephen Dobyns
      Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
      , November 1991, pp. 149-152