Best Mystery and Suspense Plays of the Modern Theatre
Dodd, Mead, U. S., 1971 - Drama - 800 pages
Witness for the prosecution, by A. Christie.--Dial "M" for murder, by F. Knott.--Sleuth, by A. Shaffer.--The letter, by W. S. Maugham.--Child's play, by R. Marasco.--Arsenic and old lace, by J. Kesselring.--Angel Street, by P. Hamilton.--Bad seed, by M. Anderson.--Dangerous corner, by J. B. Priestley.--Dracula, by H. Deane and J. L. Balderston.
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Dial M for Murder Frederick Knott
Arsenic and Old Lace Joseph Kesselring
Angel Street Patrick Hamilton
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