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    Total Archives: 96 Years, 4,504 Issues, 84,793 Articles, 162,453pp
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      (2 Reviews)
      All the President's Men (1976 Film), by Alan J. Pakula
      1. All the President's Men (1976 Film) by Alan J. Pakula
      2. Family Plot (1976 Film) by Alfred Hitchcock
      The New Republic
      , April 24, 1976, p. 16
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      (7 Reviews)
      The Blue Hammer, by Ross Macdonald
      1. The Blue Hammer by Ross Macdonald
      2. Ash by David Harry Walker
      3. The Pious Agent by John Braine
      4. High Stakes by Dick Francis
      5. So Long as You Both Shall Live by Ed McBain
      6. Agent in Place by Helen Macinnes
      7. Snake by James McClure
      The New Republic
      , June 26, 1976, p. 29
    3. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      The Night of the Twelfth, by Michael Gilbert
      1. The Night of the Twelfth by Michael Gilbert
      2. The Question of Max by Amanda Cross
      3. With Extreme Prejudice by Berkely Mather
      4. Promised Land by Robert B. Parker
      5. The Mushroom Cave by Robert Rosenblum
      6. The Ottawa Allegation by Paul Geddes
      7. The John Franklin Bardin Omnibus by John Franklin Bardin
      8. The Corpse on the Dike by Janwillem van de Wetering
      The New Republic
      , October 16, 1976, pp. 30-31
    4. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      Curtain, by Agatha Christie
      1. Curtain by Agatha Christie
      2. Drummer in the Dark by Francis Clifford
      3. The Terrorists by Maj Sjowall and Per Wahloo
      4. What Are the Bugles Blowing For? by Nicolas Freeling
      5. Adventure, Mystery, and Romance by John G. Cawelti
      The New Republic
      , November 27, 1976, pp. 26-28
    5. [+]
      (19 Reviews)
      Justice Ends at Home and Other Stories, by Rex Stout
      1. Justice Ends at Home and Other Stories by Rex Stout
      2. The Vidocq Dossier by Samuel Edwards
      3. Superculture by C.W.E. Bigsby
      4. Innocence and Arsenic by Albert Borowitz
      5. The Mystery Story by John Dudley Ball
      6. Exit Sherlock Holmes by Robert Lee Hall
      7. The Affair of the Blood-Stained Egg Cosy by James Anderson
      8. An Annotated Guide to the Works of Dorothy L. Sayers by Robert B. Harmon
      9. Classic Crimes by William Roughead and Luc Sante
      10. King-Kill by Thomas Gavin
      11. The Soul Hit by Charlie Haas and Tim Hunter
      12. The Diehard by Jon A. Jackson
      13. The Farnsworth Score by Rex Burns
      14. Gideon's Drive by J.J. Marric
      15. Doctor, Lawyer... by Collin Wilcox
      16. The Trouble in Hunter Ward by Josephine Bell
      17. Secret of Fire Five by Jack Olsen
      18. Schroeder's Game by Arthur Maling
      19. In the Frame by Dick Francis
      The New Republic
      , June 11, 1977, pp. 35-41
    6. [+]
      (23 Reviews)
      Not Sleeping, Just Dead, by Charles Alverson
      1. Not Sleeping, Just Dead by Charles Alverson
      2. Death of an Expert Witness by P.D. James
      3. Ruling Passion by Reginald Hill
      4. The Man Without a Name by Martin Russell
      5. The Gone Man by Brad Solomon
      6. Dreaming of Babylon by Richard Brautigan
      7. Burglars Can't Be Choosers by Lawrence Block
      8. Hazell and the Three-Card Trick by P.B. Yuill
      9. The Terrorizers by Donald Hamilton
      10. Rex Stout by John J. McAleer
      11. The Book of Sleuths by Janet Pate
      12. The Private Lives of Private Eyes, Spies, Crimefighters, and Other Good Guys by Otto Penzler
      13. Lew Archer, Private Investigator by Ross MacDonald
      14. The Family Arsenal by Paul Theroux
      15. The Consul's File by Paul Theroux
      16. Unknown Man No. 89 by Elmore Leonard
      17. Stories That Go Bump in the Night by Alfred Hitchcock
      18. When Last Seen by Arthur Maling
      19. Ellery Queen's Champions of Mystery by Ellery Queen
      20. Maigret's Christmas by Georges Simenon
      21. Petrella at Q by Michael Gilbert
      22. Rouge Male by Geoffrey Household
      23. The Honourable Schoolboy by John le Carre
      The New Republic
      , November 26, 1977, pp. 34-36
    7. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      Innocent Blood, by P.D. James
      1. Innocent Blood by P.D. James
      2. A Passing Advantage by Mark McGarrity
      3. The Danger Within by Michael Gilbert
      The New Republic
      , June 7, 1980, p. 36
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      (8 Reviews)
      No Second Wind, by A.B. Guthrie
      1. No Second Wind by A.B. Guthrie
      2. Looking for Rachel Wallace by Robert B. Parker
      3. Sons of Sam Spade by David Geherin
      4. A Common Spring: Crime Novel and Classic by Nadya Aisenberg
      5. Ciphered by Scott Keech
      6. Jacoby's First Case by J.C.S. Smith
      7. Whip Hand by Dick Francis
      8. Spike Island by James McClure
      The New Republic
      , June 28, 1980, pp. 40-42
    9. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      Outside In, by Michael Z. Lewin
      1. Outside In by Michael Z. Lewin
      2. The Killing of Katie Steelstock by Michael Gilbert
      3. Skulduggery by William Leonard Marshall
      4. Reflex Action by Christopher Fitzsimons
      The New Republic
      , August 30, 1980, p. 38
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      (Review)
      Twentieth-Century Crime and Mystery Writers, by John M. Reilly
      1. Twentieth-Century Crime and Mystery Writers by John M. Reilly
      The New Republic
      , October 11, 1980, p. 37
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      (4 Reviews)
      Death Bed, by Stephen Greenleaf
      1. Death Bed by Stephen Greenleaf
      2. People of Darkness by Tony Hillerman
      3. City Primeval: High Noon in Detroit by Elmore Leonard
      4. Cage of Mirrors by Robert J. Ray
      The New Republic
      , December 13, 1980, pp. 40-42
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      (4 Reviews)
      The Blood of an Englishman, by James McClure
      1. The Blood of an Englishman by James McClure
      2. The Chief Inspector's Daughter by Sheila Radley
      3. Death of a Literary Widow by Robert Barnard
      4. Imbroglio by Richard Oliver Collin
      The New Republic
      , February 7, 1981, pp. 40-42
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      (Review)
      Early Autumn, by Robert B. Parker
      1. Early Autumn by Robert B. Parker
      The New Republic
      , February 28, 1981, p. 34
      1. Early Autumn by Robert B. Parker
      The New Republic
      , May 30, 1981, p. 38
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      (2 Reviews)
      Deathtrap, by Ira Levin
      1. Deathtrap by Ira Levin
      2. Stage Struck by Simon Gray
      The New Republic
      , June 20, 1981, p. 39
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      (5 Reviews)
      The Night She Died, by Dorothy Simpson
      1. The Night She Died by Dorothy Simpson
      2. Dark Blue and Dangerous by Jonathan Ross
      3. The King Edward Plot by Robert Lee Hall
      4. 30 for a Harry~~Thirty for a Harry by Richard Hoyt
      5. California Thriller by Max Byrd
      The New Republic
      , August 22, 1981, pp. 39-41
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      (4 Reviews)
      A Killing Kindness, by Reginald Hill
      1. A Killing Kindness by Reginald Hill
      2. The View from Deacon Hill by Jack S. Scott
      3. From Thunder Bay by Arthur Maling
      4. Death of a Perfect Mother by Robert Barnard
      The New Republic
      , October 7, 1981, pp. 40-42
    17. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      Dupe, by Liza Cody
      1. Dupe by Liza Cody
      2. Malloy's Subway by R. Wright Campbell
      3. Dorothy L. Sayers: A Biography by James Brabazon
      4. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin by Albert Borowitz
      5. Seasoned Authors for a New Season by Louis Filler
      The New Republic
      , October 21, 1981, p. 37
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      (5 Reviews)
      The Matarese Circle, by Robert Ludlum
      1. The Matarese Circle by Robert Ludlum
      2. The Bourne Identity by Robert Ludlum
      3. The Other Side of Silence by Ted Allbeury
      4. Angel Eyes by Loren Estleman
      5. Wodehouse on Crime by D.R. Bensen and P.G. Wodehouse
      The New Republic
      , November 25, 1981, pp. 38-41
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      (4 Reviews)
      The Pursuit of Crime, by Dennis Porter
      1. The Pursuit of Crime by Dennis Porter
      2. The Man Who Liked Slow Tomatoes by K.C. Constantine
      3. Suspect by B.M. Gill
      4. Seasons of Death by M.K. Wren
      The New Republic
      , January 27, 1982, p. 38