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Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine Archives
By Allen J. Hubin
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  • Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
    Total Archives: 66 Years, 746 Issues, 10,800 Articles, 124,703pp
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    1. Roll Kuchen (or Roll Cookies)
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , December 1986, p. 76
    2. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      Murder in the Title, by Simon Brett
      1. Murder in the Title by Simon Brett
      2. Bait on the Hook by Frank Parrish
      3. The Local Lads by Jack S. Scott
      4. Exploit of Death by Dell Shannon
      5. The Streetbird by Janwillem van de Wetering
      6. The Anodyne Necklace by Martha Grimes
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , December 1983, pp. 99-101
    3. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      A Cold Mind, by David L. Lindsey
      1. A Cold Mind by David L. Lindsey
      2. The Bay Psalm Book Murder by Will Harriss
      3. Caroline Minuscule by Andrew Taylor
      4. Flex by Marc Rubel
      5. Hurricane Season by Mickey Friedman
      6. The Doberman Wore Black by Barbara Moore
      7. Little Brother by John McNeil
      8. Godplayer by Robin Cook
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , January 1984, pp. 83-84
    4. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      Exeunt Murderers, by Anthony Boucher
      1. Exeunt Murderers by Anthony Boucher
      2. Buffet for Unwelcome Guests by Christianna Brand
      3. Trouble in Bugland by William Kotzwinkle
      4. Time for Sherlock Holmes by David Dvorkin
      5. Something the Cat Dragged In by Charlotte MacLeod
      6. Timbuktu by David N. Smith
      7. Who Stole Stonehenge? by Leela Cutter
      8. Murder Isn't Enough by Don Flynn
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , February 1984, pp. 93-94
    5. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      The Scoop and Behind the Screen, by Dorothy L. Sayers
      1. The Scoop and Behind the Screen by Dorothy L. Sayers
      2. Metzger's Dog by Thomas Perry
      3. The Gold Solution by Herbert Resnicow
      4. Maneuvers by Fredric Newman
      5. Dead in the Water by Stuart Woods
      6. A Secret Rage by Charlaine Harris
      7. Murder Most Irregular by H.P. Jeffers
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , March 1984, pp. 86-88
    6. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      The Agatha Christie Companion, by Dennis Sanders and Len Lovallo
      1. The Agatha Christie Companion by Dennis Sanders and Len Lovallo
      2. The Sound of Detection by Francis M. Nevins and Martin Grams, Jr.
      3. Robert Leslie Bellem's Dan Turner, Hollywood Detective by John Wooley and Robert Leslie Bellem
      4. The Year's Best Mystery and Suspense Stories, 1983 by Edward D. Hoch
      5. Ellery Queen's Lost Men by Ellery Queen
      6. An International Treasury of Mystery and Suspense by Marie R. Reno
      7. Borrowers of the Night by Cathleen Jordan
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , April 1984, pp. 94-95
    7. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      Run for Cover, by John Welcome
      1. Run for Cover by John Welcome
      2. Sweet Sister Seduced by S.B. Hough
      3. Arrow Pointing Nowhere by Elizabeth Daly
      4. Death of an Angel by Frances Lockridge and Richard Lockridge
      5. The Portland Murders by Charles Larson
      6. Death at the BBC by John Sherwood
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , May 1984, pp. 93-94
    8. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      Words for Murder, Perhaps, by Edward Candy
      1. Words for Murder, Perhaps by Edward Candy
      2. Murder, Mr. Mosely by John Greenwood
      3. The Name of Annabel Lee by Julian Symons
      4. Wyatt by David Gethin
      5. Corporal Smithers, Deceased by Jack S. Scott
      6. True Detective by Max Allan Collins
      7. Coast Highway 1 by Elizabeth C. Ward
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , June 1984, pp. 66-68
    9. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      Photo Crimes,
      1. Photo Crimes
      2. Ten Years Beyond Baker Street by Cay Van Ash
      3. How Green Was My Apple by Marc Lovell
      4. A Memory of Murder by Ray Bradbury
      5. The Black Seraphim by Michael Gilbert
      6. A Good Death by Philip Ross
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , July 1984, pp. 77-81
    10. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      Uncollected Stories, by Arthur Conan Doyle, John Michael Gibs...
      1. Uncollected Stories by Arthur Conan Doyle, John Michael Gibs...
      2. Killer's Rights by Nan Hamilton
      3. School for Murder by Robert Barnard
      4. The Riddle of the Third Mile by Colin Dexter
      5. The Domino Vendetta by Adam Kennedy
      6. To Live and Die in L.A. by Gerald Petievich
      7. Die Again, Macready by Jack Livingston
      8. Dead Heat by Linda Barnes
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , August 1984, pp. 112-114
    11. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      To Study a Long Silence, by V.C. Clinton-Baddeley
      1. To Study a Long Silence by V.C. Clinton-Baddeley
      2. Death of My Aunt by C.H.B. Kitchin
      3. Death of His Uncle by C.H.B. Kitchin
      4. Death at Charity's Point by William G. Tapply
      5. The Danger by Dick Francis
      6. One-Police Plaza by William J. Caunitz
      7. Valediction by Robert B. Parker
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , September 1984, pp. 94-95
    12. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      Levine, by Donald E. Westlake
      1. Levine by Donald E. Westlake
      2. A Spy in Winter by Michael Hastings
      3. Deadheads by Reginald Hill
      4. Pel and the Staghound by Mark Hebden
      5. Flynn's In by Gregory Mcdonald
      6. The Gathering Place by Jon L. Breen
      7. Murder Post-Dated by Anne Morice
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , October 1984, pp. 87-90
    13. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      The Berlin Warning, by Nicholas Guild
      1. The Berlin Warning by Nicholas Guild
      2. The King's Commissar by Duncan Kyle
      3. The Whitehall Sanction by Jack Gerson
      4. The Brotherhood of the Rose by David Morrell
      5. Necessity by Brian Garfield
      6. The Dirty Duck by Martha Grimes
      7. Wake Up Darlin' Corey by M.K. Wren
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , November 1984, pp. 84-86
    14. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      The Fourth Protocol, by Frederick Forsyth
      1. The Fourth Protocol by Frederick Forsyth
      2. Ceremony of Innocence by S.F.X. Dean
      3. Switch by William Bayer
      4. A Death for Adonis by E.X. Giroux
      5. Illusion by Mignon Warner
      6. Death on Call by Sandra Wilkinson
      7. The Devil's Novice by Ellis Peters
      8. Lightning by Ed McBain
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , December 1984, pp. 82-84
    15. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      The Crime of My Life, by Brian Garfield
      1. The Crime of My Life by Brian Garfield
      2. Top Crime - The Authors' Choice by Josh Pachter
      3. Child's Ploy by Bill Pronzini and Marcia Muller
      4. Through a Glass Darkly by Barry Woelfel
      5. Crimes and Punishments by Eleanor Sullivan and Karen A. Prince
      6. Murder on Ice by Ted Wood
      7. Which Doctor? by Edward Candy
      8. The Convivial Codfish by Charlotte MacLeod
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , December 15, 1984, pp. 99-101
    16. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      The Revenge of the Robins Family, by Thomas Chastain
      1. The Revenge of the Robins Family by Thomas Chastain
      2. Prize Meets Murder by R.T. Edwards and Otto Penzler
      3. Murder at the 1984 Summer Games by Steve Fawcette
      4. Time Runs Out at the Democratic Convention by Steve Fawcette
      5. Centrifuge by J.C. Pollock
      6. The Hanging Doll Murder by Roger Ormerod
      7. Darling Corey's Dead by Martha G. Webb
      8. Murder After the Fact by Albert Ashforth
      9. Deep Six by Clive Cussler
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , January 1985, pp. 113-116
    17. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      The Man in the Gray Flannel Shroud, by Frank Orenstein
      1. The Man in the Gray Flannel Shroud by Frank Orenstein
      2. The Nebraska Quotient by William J. Reynolds
      3. A Time to Reap by Michael T. Hinkemeyer
      4. Strike Three, You're Dead by Richard Dean Rosen
      5. Heat from Another Sun by David L. Lindsey
      6. Priestly Murders by Joe Gash
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , February 1985, pp. 60-61
    18. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      The Suburbs of Hell, by Randolph Stow
      1. The Suburbs of Hell by Randolph Stow
      2. McGarr and the Method of Descartes by Bartholomew Gill
      3. On the Third Day by Michael Delahaye
      4. Why Kill Arthur Potter? by Ray Harrison
      5. False-Face by Marilyn Sharp
      6. Bleeding Hearts by Teri White
      7. The Thin Woman by Dorothy Cannell
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , March 1985, pp. 89-92
    19.  
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      (8 Reviews)
      Murder and the First Lady, by Elliott Roosevelt
      1. Murder and the First Lady by Elliott Roosevelt
      2. Blunt Darts by Jeremiah Healy
      3. No Part in Your Death by Nicolas Freeling
      4. Nightshades by Bill Pronzini
      5. Slow Dancer by W.R. Philbrick
      6. The Case of the Murdered Mackenzie by E.V. Cunningham
      7. Cheap Shot by Jay Cronley
      8. Death of a Minor Poet by William Krasner
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , April 1985, pp. 67-69
    20.  
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      (7 Reviews)
      Stillwatch, by Mary Higgins Clark
      1. Stillwatch by Mary Higgins Clark
      2. It Can't Be My Grave by S.F.X. Dean
      3. Striving with Gods by Jo Bannister
      4. Corpse in a Gilded Cage by Robert Barnard
      5. Out of Season by Michael Z. Lewin
      6. All the Pretty People by Jack S. Scott
      7. The Fala Factor by Stuart M. Kaminsky
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , May 1985, pp. 58-60