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Year 1960 Archives
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine Archives
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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. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , May 1960, pp. 13-24
    2. EQMM "First Story" 
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , February 1960, pp. 82-90
    3. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , May 1960, pp. 51-60
    4. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , November 1960, pp. 29-37
    5. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , September 1960, pp. 81-105
    6. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , March 1960, pp. 79-94
    7. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , November 1960, pp. 123-132
    8. Crime Stories 
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , February 1960, pp. 5-12
    9. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , March 1960, pp. 141-142
    10. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      The List of Adrian Messenger, by Philip MacDonald
      1. The List of Adrian Messenger by Philip MacDonald
      2. Savage Streets by William P. McGivern
      3. Sleep Long, My Love by Hillary Waugh
      4. Hit and Run by John Creasey
      5. Plot It Yourself by Rex Stout
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , January 1960, p. 72
    11. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      Ten Great Mysteries, by Howard Haycraft and John Beecroft
      1. Ten Great Mysteries by Howard Haycraft and John Beecroft
      2. King's Ransom by Ed McBain
      3. The Saint to the Rescue by Leslie Charteris
      4. Killer at Large by Maurice Procter
      5. The Man Who Came Back by John Bryan
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , February 1960, pp. 91-110
    12. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      Strike for a Kingdom, by Menna Gallie
      1. Strike for a Kingdom by Menna Gallie
      2. Send Another Hearse by Harold Q. Masur
      3. False Scent by Ngaio Marsh
      4. Kiss, Kiss by Roald Dahl
      5. Settled Out of Court by Henry Cecil
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , April 1960, p. 53
    13. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      Ourselves to Know, by John O'Hara
      1. Ourselves to Know by John O'Hara
      2. Uncle Paul by Celia Fremlin
      3. The Overbury Affair by Miriam Allen deFord
      4. Waldo by Lane Kauffmann
      5. This Won't Hurt You by Nigel Fitzgerald
      6. A Hammer in His Hand by Whit Masterson
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , May 1960, p. 61
    14. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      Passage of Arms, by Eric Ambler
      1. Passage of Arms by Eric Ambler
      2. The Devil's Own by Peter Curtis
      3. Cat Among the Pigeons by Agatha Christie
      4. My Brother Michael by Mary Stewart
      5. Give the Boys a Great Big Hand by Ed McBain
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , June 1960, p. 55
    15. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, by Vincent Starrett
      1. The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes by Vincent Starrett
      2. The Traces of Brillhart by Herbert Brean
      3. The Golden Deed by Andrew Garve
      4. Three at Wolfe's Door by Rex Stout
      5. The Schultz Money by Malcolm Gair
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , July 1960, p. 99
    16. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      Dead Men Don't Ski, by Patricia Moyes
      1. Dead Men Don't Ski by Patricia Moyes
      2. The Dead Beat by Robert Bloch
      3. Fear the Light by E.X. Ferrars
      4. Gideon's Risk by J.J. Marric
      5. The Yellow Brick Road by Elizabeth Cadell
      6. Crime in Good Company by Michael Gilbert
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , August 1960, p. 81
    17. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      The Ferguson Affair, by Ross Macdonald
      1. The Ferguson Affair by Ross Macdonald
      2. Watcher in the Shadows by Geoffrey Household
      3. Act of Mercy by Francis Clifford
      4. Road Block by Hillary Waugh
      5. In Spite of Thunder by John Dickson Carr
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , September 1960, p. 69
    18. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      The Only Girl in the Game, by John D. MacDonald
      1. The Only Girl in the Game by John D. MacDonald
      2. The Heckler by Ed McBain
      3. Flesh and Blood by Bruce Palmer
      4. Home Is the Prisoner by Jean Potts
      5. Hall of Death by Nedra Tyre
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , October 1960, p. 87
    19. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      The End of the Night, by John D. MacDonald
      1. The End of the Night by John D. MacDonald
      2. Bar Sinister by K.G. Ballard
      3. The Pass Beyond Kashmir by Berkely Mather
      4. Aground by Charles Williams
      5. The Case of Sonia Wayward by Michael Innes
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , November 1960, p. 67
    20. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      The Green-Eyed Monster, by Patrick Quentin
      1. The Green-Eyed Monster by Patrick Quentin
      2. The Progress of a Crime by Julian Symons
      3. Do You Know This Voice? by Evelyn Berckman
      4. Dine and Be Dead by Gwendoline Butler
      5. Nothing to Declare by Manning Coles
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , December 1960, p. 77