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FS vintage paperbacks I have a listing of Shell Scott paperbacks and a John Eagle Expeditor paperback for sale.  Prices do not include U.S. media mail postage.  Please contact me

Ellen Thomasson
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Re: The Case of the Late Pig (1937) by Margery Allingham "I haven't been much impressed by any of the Allinghams I've read. Apart from Christie all the Crime Queens are overratedbut Allingham is probably the most

Last century Detective
Feb 23
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Re: The Case of the Late Pig (1937) by Margery Allingham On 23 February 2015 at 06:59, Last century Detective lastcenturydetective@... [GAdetection] ... I haven't been much

Allan Griffith
Feb 22
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The Case of the Late Pig (1937) by Margery Allingham I decided to give Allingham another shot after reading a good short story from her in Black Lizard locked room anthology. It wasn't perfect, but still beter

Last century Detective
Feb 22
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Re: Quick Question Thanks for theresponses!  I've readHead's DEVIL IN THE BUSH (good) and Huxley's MURDER ON SAFARI (great), but JamesMcClure, Grant Allen and Commissioner

Last century Detective
Feb 22
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Dedications by John Dickson Carr I've got a bit of an odd question, but I was wondering if anyone could help me out with it. I know that John Dickson Carr dedicated several of his novels to

hurricanejbb
Feb 20
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FW: UPDATE: New stories added! ... From: onlinepulps@yahoogroups.com The main site can be found at: http://pulpgen.com/pulp/downloads Our most recent additions are listed at:

Monte Herridge
Feb 20
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Ontos Website: http://carrdickson.blogspot.com/ (486) "His Methods Would Be Useful If Detectives Were Only Mindreaders":

Michael Soderberg
Feb 20
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Re: Quick Question On 20 February 2015 at 03:17, Last century Detective lastcenturydetective@... [GAdetection] ... Grant Allen (1848-1899)

Allan Griffith
Feb 19
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Re: Quick Question I enjoyed Matthew Head's The Devil in the Bush, set in what was then the Belgian Congo during WW2 (and written about that time -- I don't know the exact date).

Bob Houk
Feb 19
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Re: Quick Question Elizabeth Huxley wrote some detective stories set in that area: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elspeth_Huxley James McClure's South Africa stories are a bit late

Jon Jermey
Feb 19
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Quick Question Hey Group, A quickquestion: are there any (good) mysteries or even adventure/thriller novels setin places like Rhodesia, Orange Free State and the Transvaal

Last century Detective
Feb 19
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The Judas Window (1938) & More I'm back with a review of Carter Dickson's THE JUDAS WINDOW, which stood up pretty well to re-reading, but then again, what did you expect from the greatest

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Feb 19
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Re: Gladys Mitchell Thanks, Les. I enjoy the podcast. Mike ... Thanks, Les. I enjoy the podcast. Mike On Feb 16, 2015, at 10:36, LesBlatt@... [GAdetection]

Mike Detlefsen
Feb 16
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Re: Gladys Mitchell Mike, Mrs. Bradley is most definitely an acquired taste - but I very much enjoy reading her. Her sense of the absurd outpaces even Michael Innes. I've only

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Feb 16
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