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Cat crimes

Martin Harry Greenberg - Fiction - 1991 - 260 pages
Gathers mystery stories featuring cats by Peter Lovesey, Bill Pronzini, Dorothy B. Hughes, Joan Hess, Jon L. Breen, John Lutz, and William J. Reynolds
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Cat Crimes 3

Martin Harry Greenberg, Edward Gorman - Fiction - 1994 - 10 pages
Nancy Pickard, Bill Pronzini, Herbert Resnicow, and others offer original mystery and suspense stories featuring cat crime-solvers and culprits
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Cat Crimes I

Martin Harry Greenberg - Fiction - 1994 - 260 pages
Presented are nineteen lively and entertaining brand-new tales of mystery and suspense from modern master, inspired by the cat.
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Once upon a crime

Edward Gorman - Fiction - 1998 - 416 pages
A terrifying collection of fairy tales with a wicked twist features the work of such best-selling mystery writers as Sharyn McCrumb, Joan Hess, John Lutz, and others, in ...
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Nightmare Town: Stories

Dashiell Hammett, Kirby McCauley, Martin Harry Greenberg, Edward Gorman - Fiction - 2000 - 432 pages
The inimitable Sam Spade and the Continental Op take on new cases in a collection of long-unavailable short stories by the author of The Maltese Falcon, in an anthology of ...
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Cat Crimes II

Martin Harry Greenberg - Fiction - 1993 - 10 pages
An anthology of feline mystery tales includes the stories of Max Allen Collins, Bill Pronzini, Carolyn Hart, Charlotte MacLeod, and Peter Lovesey
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The Ghost with Blue Eyes

Robert J. Randisi - Fiction - 1999 - 215 pages
Lancaster finds his dreams--as well as his waking moments--haunted by the vision of a blue-eyed little girl he had shot years earlier
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Competition Can be Murder: A Charlie Parker Mystery

Connie Shelton - Fiction - 2004 - 292 pages
When Investigator Charlie Parker agrees to fly aircraft from Scotland to North Sea oil rigs, he takes up residence at Dunworthy Castle, becoming acquainted with the owners ...
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Beyond the Grave

Marcia Muller - Fiction - 2011 - 240 pages
The bestselling author of "The McCone Files" teams up with the creator of the "Nameless Detective" for a collaborative mystery that bridges the San Franciscos of 1894 and 1986 ...
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Elmore Leonard's Dutch Treat: 3 Novels

Elmore Leonard - Fiction - 1985 - 568 pages
Three early novels--"Swag," "Mr. Majestyk," and "The Hunted"--include tales of adventure, suspense, and mystery
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