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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
      , February 1965, pp. 49-58
    2. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , September 1965, pp. 58-65
    3. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , November 1965, pp. 127-164
    4. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , March 1965, pp. 104-116
    5. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , October 1965, pp. 99-105
    6. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , March 1965, pp. 99-100
    7. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      A Kind of Anger, by Eric Ambler
      1. A Kind of Anger by Eric Ambler
      2. The Chill and the Kill by Joan Fleming
      3. Clues for Dr. Coffee by Lawrence G. Blochman
      4. A Right to Die by Rex Stout
      5. The Unprofessional Spy by Michael Underwood
      6. The Liquidator by John Gardner
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , January 1965, p. 99
    8. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      The Real Serendipitous Kill, by Hampton Stone
      1. The Real Serendipitous Kill by Hampton Stone
      2. The Blue Room by Georges Simenon
      3. The Accomplices by Georges Simenon
      4. A Quiet Game of Bambu by Roger Gouze
      5. Gideon's Lot by J.J. Marric
      6. Murder Can't Wait by Richard Lockridge
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , February 1965, p. 59
    9. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      Funeral in Berlin, by Len Deighton
      1. Funeral in Berlin by Len Deighton
      2. Midnight Plus One by Gavin Lyall
      3. The Legend of the Seventh Virgin by Victoria Holt
      4. The Far Side of the Dollar by Ross Macdonald
      5. Look Three Ways at Murder by John Creasey
      6. Canary Yellow by Elizabeth Cadell
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , April 1965, p. 113
    10. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      The Perfect Murder, by H.R.F. Keating
      1. The Perfect Murder by H.R.F. Keating
      2. The Fugitive Pigeon by Donald E. Westlake
      3. The Girl Nobody Knows by Mark McShane
      4. Cotton Comes to Harlem by Chester Himes
      5. The Turret Room by Charlotte Armstrong
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , May 1965, p. 99
    11. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      For Kicks, by Dick Francis
      1. For Kicks by Dick Francis
      2. The Quiller Memorandum by Adam Hall
      3. Progeny of the Adder by Leslie H. Whitten
      4. I Love You, I Hate You, Drop Dead! by Artie Shaw
      5. In the Heat of the Night by John Dudley Ball
      6. The Superintendent's Room by Jeffrey Ashford
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , June 1965, pp. 131-149
    12. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      Necessary Evil, by Kelley Roos
      1. Necessary Evil by Kelley Roos
      2. Cunning as a Fox by Kyle Hunt
      3. Who Lies Here? by Ellis Peters
      4. The Interrogators by Allan Prior
      5. Homicide Blonde by Maurice Proctor
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , July 1965, p. 113
    13. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      Thirteen Ways to Kill a Man, by Basil Davenport
      1. Thirteen Ways to Kill a Man by Basil Davenport
      2. The Day the Call Came by Thomas Hinde
      3. The False Beards by Alan Williams
      4. Vote X for Treason by Brian Cleeve
      5. The Willow Pattern by Robert van Gulik
      6. Curtain Call for a Corpse by Josephine Bell
      7. Mysteriouser and Mysteriouser by George Bagby
      8. Ghouls in My Grave by Jean Ray
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , August 1965, p. 47
    14. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      Maigret Cinq, by Georges Simenon
      1. Maigret Cinq by Georges Simenon
      2. The Jealous One by Celia Fremlin
      3. Bony and the Black Virgin by Arthur William Upfield
      4. The Man Who Sold Death by James Munro
      5. Landru by Rene Masson
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , September 1965, p. 57
    15. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      The Looking Glass War, by John le Carre
      1. The Looking Glass War by John le Carre
      2. The Mind Readers by Margery Allingham
      3. The Third Side of the Coin by Francis Clifford
      4. Of All the Bloody Cheek by Frank McAuliffe
      5. Death by Inches by Dell Shannon
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , October 1965, p. 55
    16. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      In the Sun, by Jon Godden
      1. In the Sun by Jon Godden
      2. Olura by Geoffrey Household
      3. Modesty Blaise by Peter O'Donnell
      4. A Caribbean Mystery by Agatha Christie
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , November 1965, p. 63
    17. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      The Pale Betrayer, by Dorothy Salisbury Davis
      1. The Pale Betrayer by Dorothy Salisbury Davis
      2. Is Skin Deep, Is Fatal by H.R.F. Keating
      3. March to the Gallows by Mary Kelly
      4. The House at Satan's Elbow by John Dickson Carr
      5. The Powder Barrel by William Haggard
      6. A Hive of Glass by P.M. Hubbard
      7. Relative to Death by Stanton Forbes
      8. The Detective's Due by Lesley Egan
      9. Shadow of a Man by Doris Miles Disney
      10. The Whip Hand by Victor Canning
      11. The Story-Teller by Patricia Highsmith
      12. Bright Orange for the Shroud by John D. MacDonald
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , December 1965, pp. 133-134
      1. The Pale Betrayer by Dorothy Salisbury Davis
      2. Is Skin Deep, Is Fatal by H.R.F. Keating
      3. March to the Gallows by Mary Kelly
      4. The House at Satan's Elbow by John Dickson Carr
      5. The Powder Barrel by William Haggard
      6. A Hive of Glass by P.M. Hubbard
      7. Relative to Death by Stanton Forbes
      8. The Detective's Due by Lesley Egan
      9. Shadow of a Man by Doris Miles Disney
      10. The Whip Hand by Victor Canning
      11. The Story-Teller by Patricia Highsmith
      12. Bright Orange for the Shroud by John D. MacDonald
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , January 1965, pp. 59-66
    18. EQMM "First and Second Stories" 
      1. The Pale Betrayer by Dorothy Salisbury Davis
      2. Is Skin Deep, Is Fatal by H.R.F. Keating
      3. March to the Gallows by Mary Kelly
      4. The House at Satan's Elbow by John Dickson Carr
      5. The Powder Barrel by William Haggard
      6. A Hive of Glass by P.M. Hubbard
      7. Relative to Death by Stanton Forbes
      8. The Detective's Due by Lesley Egan
      9. Shadow of a Man by Doris Miles Disney
      10. The Whip Hand by Victor Canning
      11. The Story-Teller by Patricia Highsmith
      12. Bright Orange for the Shroud by John D. MacDonald
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , September 1965, pp. 40-46
    19. Crime, Detection, and Suspense 
      1. The Pale Betrayer by Dorothy Salisbury Davis
      2. Is Skin Deep, Is Fatal by H.R.F. Keating
      3. March to the Gallows by Mary Kelly
      4. The House at Satan's Elbow by John Dickson Carr
      5. The Powder Barrel by William Haggard
      6. A Hive of Glass by P.M. Hubbard
      7. Relative to Death by Stanton Forbes
      8. The Detective's Due by Lesley Egan
      9. Shadow of a Man by Doris Miles Disney
      10. The Whip Hand by Victor Canning
      11. The Story-Teller by Patricia Highsmith
      12. Bright Orange for the Shroud by John D. MacDonald
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , September 1965, pp. 6-16