10 Classic Mystery and Suspense Plays of the Modern Theatre
Dodd, Mead, 1973 - Detective and mystery plays, American. - 887 pages
A collection of ten detective, mystery, and thriller plays first produced in the mid-twentieth century, several of which were later adapted into motion pictures.
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THE DESPERATE Hours Joseph Hayes
The INNOCENTs William Archibald
LADIES IN RETIREMENT Edward Percy and Reginald
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