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by Eleanor Sullivan

Download Ellery Queen's Bad Scenes: Stories from Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine eBook
ISBN:
0802757456
Author:
Eleanor Sullivan
Category:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Walker & Co; First Edition edition (November 1, 1989)
Pages:
323 pages
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1198 kb
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1587 kb
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1181 kb
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Launched in fall 1941 by Mercury Press, EQMM is named after the fictitious author Ellery Queen, who wrote novels and short stories about a fictional detective named Ellery Queen. From 1993, EQMM changed its cover title to be Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine (without the 's), but the table of contents still retains the full name.

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A new Mr. Strang story by William Brittain. Mr. Leonard Strang, the amateur criminologist of Aldershot High School, has been absent from our pages for more than three years. No, he hasn’t retired; the wizened, gnome-like science teacher has been on a long sabbatical - away from classrooms and crimes. Ellery Queen was the pseudonym of the team of Frederic Dannay and Manfred B. Lee, who had been writing under the name since 1929.

A collection of 25 stories in which something unpleasant happens to someone, and next time, maybe to you