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Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine Archives
By Robert P. Mills
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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. Book Reviews 
      (8 Reviews)
      No Tears for Hilda, by Andrew Garve
      1. No Tears for Hilda by Andrew Garve
      2. Never Fight a Lady by Seldon Truss
      3. The Follower by Patrick Quentin
      4. A Daisy Chain for Satan by Joan Fleming
      5. Murder for the Holidays by Howard Rigsby
      6. The Congo Venus by Matthew Head
      7. Dream Sinister by Sturges Mason Schley
      8. The Silent Partner by Kathleen Moore Knight
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , June 1951, pp. 42-43
    2. Book Reviews 
      (8 Reviews)
      A Gentle Murderer, by Dorothy Salisbury Davis
      1. A Gentle Murderer by Dorothy Salisbury Davis
      2. Bird of Prey by Victor Canning
      3. The 31st of February by Julian Symons
      4. You Can't Live Forever by Harold Q. Masur
      5. The Book of the Crime by Elizabeth Daly
      6. Murder Comes Home by Anthony Gilbert
      7. The Eleventh Hour by Robert B. Sinclair
      8. Murder on the Left Bank by Elliot Paul
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , July 1951, pp. 90-91
    3. Book Reviews 
      (8 Reviews)
      Judgment on Deltchev, by Eric Ambler
      1. Judgment on Deltchev by Eric Ambler
      2. They Came to Baghdad by Agatha Christie
      3. To Love and Be Wise by Josephine Tey
      4. The Widow Had a Gun by George Harmon Coxe
      5. Big Shot by Lawrence Treat
      6. The Golden Door by Bart Spicer
      7. Murder Goes to Press by Cicely Cairns
      8. The Origin of Evil by Ellery Queen
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , August 1951, pp. 102-103
    4. Book Reviews 
      (8 Reviews)
      Alias Basil Willing, by Helen McCloy
      1. Alias Basil Willing by Helen McCloy
      2. Accident by Design by E.C.R. Lorac
      3. The Case of the Fiery Fingers by Erle Stanley Gardner
      4. Too Many Bottles by Elisabeth Sanxay Holding
      5. Pity for Pamela by Mary Fitt
      6. Reasonable Doubt by John Stephen Strange
      7. The Ivory Dagger by Patricia Wentworth
      8. The Professor Knits a Shroud by Wirt Van Arsdale
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , September 1951, pp. 120-123
    5. Book Reviews 
      (8 Reviews)
      The Way Some People Die, by Ross MacDonald
      1. The Way Some People Die by Ross MacDonald
      2. Lament for the Bride by Helen Reilly
      3. The Black-Eyed Stranger by Charlotte Armstrong
      4. Night at the Vulcan by Ngaio Marsh
      5. An Ape in Velvet by Rae Foley
      6. Stairway to an Empty Room by Dolores Hitchens
      7. The Green Plaid Pants by Margaret Scherf
      8. Ladies Won't Wait by Peter Cheyney
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , December 1951, pp. 92-93
    6. Book Reviews 
      1. The Way Some People Die by Ross MacDonald
      2. Lament for the Bride by Helen Reilly
      3. The Black-Eyed Stranger by Charlotte Armstrong
      4. Night at the Vulcan by Ngaio Marsh
      5. An Ape in Velvet by Rae Foley
      6. Stairway to an Empty Room by Dolores Hitchens
      7. The Green Plaid Pants by Margaret Scherf
      8. Ladies Won't Wait by Peter Cheyney
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , January 1952, pp. 56-57
    7. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      Murder by the Book, by Rex Stout
      1. Murder by the Book by Rex Stout
      2. The Long Divorce by Edmund Crispin
      3. Straw Man by Doris Miles Disney
      4. Beware of the Pale Horse by Ben Benson
      5. Althea by Margaret McDonell
      6. A Shroud for Grandmama by Douglas Ashe
      7. The Paper Circle by Bruno Fischer
      8. Twenty Great Tales of Murder by Helen McCloy and Brett Halliday
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , February 1952, pp. 66-67
    8. Book Reviews 
      (7 Reviews)
      The Case of the Angry Mourner, by Erle Stanley Gardner
      1. The Case of the Angry Mourner by Erle Stanley Gardner
      2. The Noonday Devil by Ursula Curtiss
      3. Yell Bloody Murder by Joseph Shallit
      4. Man Dead by Selwyn Jepson
      5. Miami Murder-Go-Round by Marston La France
      6. Dark Journey by Freeman Wills Crofts
      7. The Dark Road by Clifford Knight
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , March 1952, pp. 66-67
    9. Book Reviews 
      (8 Reviews)
      The Virgin Huntress, by Elisabeth Sanxay Holding
      1. The Virgin Huntress by Elisabeth Sanxay Holding
      2. Cork on the Water by MacDonald Hastings
      3. Handbook for Poisoners by Raymond T. Bond
      4. I Could Murder Her by E.C.R. Lorac
      5. Fish Lane by Louis Corkill
      6. Gold Coast Nocturne by Helen Nielsen
      7. Dead March for Penelope Blow by George Bellairs
      8. The Long Wait by Mickey Spillane
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , April 1952, pp. 66-67
    10. Book Reviews 
      (8 Reviews)
      Black Sheep, Run, by Bart Spicer
      1. Black Sheep, Run by Bart Spicer
      2. Copy for Crime by Carol Carnac
      3. The Man in the Mist by Francis Bonnamy
      4. Skeletons and Cupboards by Ralph Arnold
      5. Good Luck to the Corpse by Max Murray
      6. The Man Who Died Twice by George Harmon Coxe
      7. Kill and Tell by Howard Rigsby
      8. Pagoda by James Atlee Phillips
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , May 1952, pp. 66-67
    11. Book Reviews 
      (8 Reviews)
      The Swimming Pool, by Mary Roberts Rinehart
      1. The Swimming Pool by Mary Roberts Rinehart
      2. Mrs. McGinty's Dead by Agatha Christie
      3. Nipped in the Bud by Stuart Palmer
      4. Diplomat's Folly by Henry Wade
      5. Death Has Deep Roots by Michael Gilbert
      6. The Black Gardenia by Elliot Paul
      7. Behind the Crimson Blind by Carter Dickson
      8. Shoot to Kill by Wade Miller
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , June 1952, pp. 94-95
    12. Book Reviews 
      (8 Reviews)
      The Night Watch, by Thomas Walsh
      1. The Night Watch by Thomas Walsh
      2. Epitaph for a Spy by Eric Ambler
      3. Triple Jeopardy by Rex Stout
      4. Top of the Heap by A.A. Fair
      5. Night Train to Paris by Manning Coles
      6. The Last Resort by Hilda Van Siller
      7. The Bahamas Murder Case by Leslie Ford
      8. The Mamo Murders by Juanita Sheridan
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , July 1952, pp. 112-113
    13. Book Reviews 
      (8 Reviews)
      The Key to Nicholas Street, by Stanley Ellin
      1. The Key to Nicholas Street by Stanley Ellin
      2. Murder Through the Looking Glass by Andrew Garve
      3. The Long Green by Bart Spicer
      4. The Arm of Mrs. Egan by William Fryer Harvey
      5. Mouse in Eternity by Nedra Tyre
      6. Nice People Murder by Mary Hastings Bradley
      7. Murder, Repeat Murder by Allan MacKinnon
      8. The Road to Rhuine by Simon Troy
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , August 1952, pp. 78-80
    14. Book Reviews 
      (8 Reviews)
      A Town of Masks, by Dorothy Salisbury Davis
      1. A Town of Masks by Dorothy Salisbury Davis
      2. Which I Never by L.A.G. Strong
      3. The Case of the Moth-Eaten Mink by Erle Stanley Gardner
      4. The Elk and the Evidence by Margaret Scherf
      5. Dead as a Dinosaur by Frances Lockridge and Richard Lockridge
      6. The Scarlet Slippers by James M. Fox
      7. The Gallows in My Garden by Richard Deming
      8. Mask for Murder by Aaron Marc Stein
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , September 1952, pp. 52-53
    15. Book Reviews 
      (8 Reviews)
      Vanish in an Instant, by Margaret Millar
      1. Vanish in an Instant by Margaret Millar
      2. The Ivory Grin by Ross MacDonald
      3. The Man Who Looked Back by Joan Fleming
      4. They Died Laughing by Alan Green
      5. The Thin Line by Edward Atiyah
      6. We All Killed Grandma by Fredric Brown
      7. The Clock that Wouldn't Stop by Elizabeth X. Ferrars
      8. The King Is Dead by Ellery Queen
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , October 1952, pp. 96-97
    16. Book Reviews 
      (8 Reviews)
      The Missing Heiress, by Bernice Carey
      1. The Missing Heiress by Bernice Carey
      2. Dead Man's Plans by Mignon G. Eberhart
      3. The Corpse that Refused to Stay Dead by Hampton Stone
      4. Obit Delayed by Helen Nielsen
      5. The Mystery of Marie Lafarge by Edith Saunders
      6. Death of No Lady by Seldon Truss
      7. Ring and Walk In by Miriam Borgenicht
      8. The Passionate Victims by Lange Lewis
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , November 1952, pp. 66-67
    17. Book Reviews 
      (7 Reviews)
      Recipe for Homicide, by Lawrence G. Blochman
      1. Recipe for Homicide by Lawrence G. Blochman
      2. The Davidian Report by Dorothy B. Hughes
      3. The Key Man by Clarence Budington Kelland
      4. One-Man Show by Michael Innes
      5. Game for Three Losers by Edgar Lustgarten
      6. Death in Dark Glasses by George Bellairs
      7. Nets to Catch the Wind by Dolores Hitchens
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , December 1952, pp. 72-73
    18. Book Reviews 
      (8 Reviews)
      Black Widow, by Patrick Quentin
      1. Black Widow by Patrick Quentin
      2. The House of the Seven Flies by Victor Canning
      3. The Intimate Journal of Warren Winslow by Jean Leslie
      4. Catch a Tiger by Owen Cameron
      5. Maiden Murders
      6. A Case for Mr. Crook by Anthony Gilbert
      7. Downbeat for a Dirge by Brandon Bird
      8. Best Detective Stories of the Year, 1952 by David C. Cooke
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , February 1953, pp. 78-80
    19. Book Reviews 
      (8 Reviews)
      Rose's Last Summer, by Margaret Millar
      1. Rose's Last Summer by Margaret Millar
      2. The Clock Strikes Thirteen by Herbert Brean
      3. The Nine Wrong Answers by John Dickson Carr
      4. The Bat that Flits by Norman Collins
      5. Prisoner's Base by Rex Stout
      6. A Hole in the Ground by Andrew Garve
      7. So Rich, So Lovely, and So Dead by Harold Q. Masur
      8. You Die(t) Today! by Baynard Kendrick
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , April 1953, pp. 60-61
    20. Book Reviews 
      (8 Reviews)
      The Danger Within, by Michael Gilbert
      1. The Danger Within by Michael Gilbert
      2. Catch As Catch Can by Charlotte Armstrong
      3. The Case of the Grinning Gorilla by Erle Stanley Gardner
      4. Waylaid in Boston by Elliot Paul
      5. The Dead Thing in the Pool by Aaron Marc Stein
      6. The Deep End by Fredric Brown
      7. Just Killing Time by Richard Ellington
      8. Always Ask a Policeman by Seldon Truss
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , May 1953, pp. 70-71