Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, May 1958 (Vol. 31, No. 7)

Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, May 1958 (Vol. 31, No. 7)

Paul Summers / Jul 10, 2020

Ellery Queen s Mystery Magazine May Vol No CONTENTS You Can t Be a Little Girl All Your Life Stanley Ellin Demon Scientist Strikes Again Kem Bennett The Defense Harold Q Masur The Devil Dog Jack London The Murder of the Month Club Mo

  • Title: Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, May 1958 (Vol. 31, No. 7)
  • Author: Paul Summers
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 223
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  • CONTENTS You Can t Be a Little Girl All Your Life Stanley Ellin Demon Scientist Strikes Again Kem Bennett The 2,000,000 Defense Harold Q Masur The Devil Dog Jack London The Murder of the Month Club Morris Lee Green The Course of Truelove Dick Ashbaugh You Gotta Be Tough George Harmon Coxe The Li l Sharpsnooper Edwin A Gross A QueCONTENTS You Can t Be a Little Girl All Your Life Stanley Ellin Demon Scientist Strikes Again Kem Bennett The 2,000,000 Defense Harold Q Masur The Devil Dog Jack London The Murder of the Month Club Morris Lee Green The Course of Truelove Dick Ashbaugh You Gotta Be Tough George Harmon Coxe The Li l Sharpsnooper Edwin A Gross A Question of Honor Ellery Queen The Red Headed Murderess Robert Branson The Income Tax Mystery Michael Gilbert

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    1. I wasn't reading EQMM in 1958 but somehow I did come across this issue and really enjoyed it. I have no idea who the "Paul Summers" that lists this as being by is (or was); he doesn't seem to be anyone with an actual connection to this issue.I often don't like short stories with Ellery Queen as a character but "A Question of Honor" avoids any of the dying message/obscure information stuff that hurts so many of these."The Li'l Sharpsnooper" by Edwin A. Gross is a comic story about a man being dr [...]


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