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Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine Archives
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    Total Archives: 66 Years, 746 Issues, 10,800 Articles, 124,703pp
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    1. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , September 1966, pp. 57-66
    2. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , August 1966, pp. 90-98
    3. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , December 1966, pp. 45-62
    4. Detective Short Novel - complete
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , December 1966, pp. 125-161
    5. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , February 1966, pp. 151-164
    6. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , April 1966, pp. 87-91
    7. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , October 1966, pp. 109-116
    8. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , March 1966, pp. 135-136
    9. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      The Expendable Spy, by Jack D. Hunter
      1. The Expendable Spy by Jack D. Hunter
      2. Airs Above the Ground by Mary Stewart
      3. The Strode Venturer by Hammond Innes
      4. Before the Ball Was Over by Alexandra Roudybush
      5. Waiting for a Tiger by Ben Healey
      6. The Last Known Address by Joseph Harrington
      7. To Borrow Trouble by Miriam Borgenicht
      8. The Fourth Side of the Triangle by Ellery Queen
      9. Doll by Ed McBain
      10. When London Walked in Terror by Tom A. Cullen
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , January 1966, pp. 55-56
    10. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      Double Barrel, by Nicolas Freeling
      1. Double Barrel by Nicolas Freeling
      2. Gideon's Badge by J.J. Marric
      3. The Unloved by Dolan Birkley
      4. The Game of X by Robert Sheckley
      5. A Firework for Oliver by John Edward Sanders
      6. The Hound's Tooth by Robert Emmett McDowell
      7. A Wreath of Roses by John Blackburn
      8. Coffin in Malta by Gwendoline Butler
      9. The Meandering Corpse by Richard S. Prather
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , February 1966, pp. 129-130
    11. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      Black Money, by Ross Macdonald
      1. Black Money by Ross Macdonald
      2. The Crack in the Teacup by Michael Gilbert
      3. A Child Divided by Henry Cecil
      4. A Surfeit of Sun by Sean Graham
      5. Date with Death by Elizabeth Linington
      6. Dover Three by Joyce Porter
      7. Night's Evil by Mark McShane
      8. The Heat's On by Chester Himes
      9. Devilweed by Bill Knox
      10. The Midnight Man by Henry Kane
      11. Z for Zaborra by Eva Lis Wuorio
      12. Dark Blood, Dark Terror by Brian Cleeve
      13. The Billion-Dollar Brain by Len Deighton
      14. Traitor Betrayed by Osmington Mills
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , April 1966, pp. 133-134
    12. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      In Cold Blood, by Truman Capote
      1. In Cold Blood by Truman Capote
      2. The Hands of Innocence by Jeffrey Ashford
      3. Highland Masquerade by Mary Elgin
      4. The Silent Cousin by Elizabeth Fenwick
      5. The Caper of the Golden Bulls by William P. McGivern
      6. Hide and Go Seek by Andrew Garve
      7. The Hard Sell by William Haggard
      8. The Resurrection Man by Thomas Walsh
      9. The Busy Body by Donald E. Westlake
      10. Carny Kill by Robert Edmond Alter
      11. Dream of Fair Woman by Charlotte Armstrong
      12. The Case of the Innocent Victims by John Creasey
      13. The Cat Who Could Read Backwards by Lilian Jackson Braun
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , May 1966, pp. 91-92
    13. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      Odds Against, by Dick Francis
      1. Odds Against by Dick Francis
      2. Ellery Queen's Anthology: 1966 Mid-Year Edition by Ellery Queen
      3. Criminal Conversation by Nicolas Freeling
      4. The Children Are Gone by Arthur Cavanaugh
      5. The Holm Oaks by P.M. Hubbard
      6. Murder Makes the Wheels Go 'Round by Emma Lathen
      7. The Six Iron Spiders by Phoebe Atwood Taylor
      8. The Sound of Insects by Mildred Davis
      9. His Own Appointed Day by Dominic Devine
      10. Nice Fillies Finish Last by Brett Halliday
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , June 1966, pp. 107-108
    14. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      The Candy Murder Case, by Paul Holmes
      1. The Candy Murder Case by Paul Holmes
      2. The Pedestal by George Lanning
      3. The Incredible Shlock Homes by Robert L. Fish
      4. House on Greenapple Road by Harold R. Daniels
      5. Eighty Million Eyes by Ed McBain
      6. The Monkey and the Tiger by Robert van Gulik
      7. The Faceless Enemy by Frances Shelley Wees
      8. The Paper Dolls by L.P. Davies
      9. Wicked as the Devil by Kyle Hunt
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , July 1966, pp. 65-66
    15. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      Baker Street, by Jerome Coopersmith
      1. Baker Street by Jerome Coopersmith
      2. You Want to Die, Johnny? by Gavin Black
      3. Johnny Under Ground by Patricia Moyes
      4. The Diary of a Rapist by Evan S. Connell, Jr.
      5. Batman by Bob Kane
      6. The Naked Runner by Francis Clifford
      7. Dear Daughter Dead by S.B. Hough
      8. Coffin Corner by Dell Shannon
      9. Menfreya in the Morning by Victoria Holt
      10. The Heir Hunters by Bill S. Ballinger
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , August 1966, pp. 49-50
    16. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      The Big Knockover, by Dashiell Hammett and Lillian Hellman
      1. The Big Knockover by Dashiell Hammett and Lillian Hellman
      2. Three Gothic Novels by E.F. Bleiler
      3. The Secret Soldier by John Quigley
      4. Die Rich Die Happy by James Munro
      5. His Weight in Gold by Maurice Procter
      6. I See You by Charlotte Armstrong
      7. Stalemate by Evelyn Berckman
      8. At Some Forgotten Door by Doris Miles Disney
      9. Murder Spins the Wheel by Brett Halliday
      10. Feramontov by Desmond Cory
      11. A Door Fell Shut by Martha Albrand
      12. High Water at Four by Jerrard Tickell
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , September 1966, pp. 119-120
    17. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      Saturday the Rabbi Went Hungry, by Harry Kemelman
      1. Saturday the Rabbi Went Hungry by Harry Kemelman
      2. The Widowmaker by Maria Fagyas
      3. The Gallant by Charity Blackstock
      4. The Wreck of the Cassandra by Frederic Prokosch
      5. Offshore! by Stephen Coulter
      6. It's Cold Out There by Malcolm Braly
      7. Sabre-Tooth by Peter O'Donnell
      8. The Seventh by Richard Stark
      9. Some Avenger, Rise! by Lesley Egan
      10. The Footsteps on the Stairs by Jean Potts
      11. The Christmas Egg by Mary Kelly
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , October 1966, pp. 107-108
    18. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      The Gunrunners, by John Murphy
      1. The Gunrunners by John Murphy
      2. The Cold War Swap by Ross Thomas
      3. Otley by Martin Waddell
      4. Why Did They Kill? by John Bartlow Martin
      5. Blind Spot by Joseph Harrington
      6. The Crimson Madness of Little Doom by Mark McShane
      7. The Cool Cottontail by John Dudley Ball
      8. Death of a Doxy by Rex Stout
      9. Pure Poison by Hillary Waugh
      10. Murder Roundabout by Richard Lockridge
      11. Johnny Lost by Philip M. Jones
      12. Drum Beat-Madrid by Stephen Marlowe
      13. The Fox Valley Murders by John Holbrook Vance
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , November 1966, pp. 125-126
    19. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      Rush to Judgment, by Mark Lane
      1. Rush to Judgment by Mark Lane
      2. Killer Dolphin by Ngaio Marsh
      3. At Bertram's Hotel by Agatha Christie
      4. Sunday, and The Little Man from Archangel by Georges Simenon
      5. In Sickness and In Health by Ruth Rendell
      6. Consider the Evidence by Jeffrey Ashford
      7. The Art Stealers by Milton Esterow
      8. Conceal and Disguise by Henry Kane
      9. Murder, London-South Africa by John Creasey
      10. The Ghost Car by Bill Knox
      11. Fancy's Knell by Babs H. Deal
      12. The Shamir of Dachau by Christopher Davis
      13. The Morning After Death by Nicholas Blake
      14. A Sign for Cain by Fredric Wertham
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , December 1966, pp. 107-108
      1. Rush to Judgment by Mark Lane
      2. Killer Dolphin by Ngaio Marsh
      3. At Bertram's Hotel by Agatha Christie
      4. Sunday, and The Little Man from Archangel by Georges Simenon
      5. In Sickness and In Health by Ruth Rendell
      6. Consider the Evidence by Jeffrey Ashford
      7. The Art Stealers by Milton Esterow
      8. Conceal and Disguise by Henry Kane
      9. Murder, London-South Africa by John Creasey
      10. The Ghost Car by Bill Knox
      11. Fancy's Knell by Babs H. Deal
      12. The Shamir of Dachau by Christopher Davis
      13. The Morning After Death by Nicholas Blake
      14. A Sign for Cain by Fredric Wertham
      Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
      , September 1966, pp. 81-89