100 Masters of Mystery and Detective Fiction: Baynard H. Kendrick
Salem Press, Incorporated, 2001 - Fiction - 757 pages
Essays taken from Salem Press's Critical survey of mystery and detective fiction, published in 1988.
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Baynard H Kendrick
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