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A Century of Mystery 1980-1989 (edition 1997)

by Bill Pronzini (Editor), Marcia Muller (Editor), Ruth Rendell (Author), Linda Barnes (Author), Tony Hillerman (Author)4 more, Susan Dunlap (Author), Sara Paretsky (Author), Robert Barnard (Author), Julie Smith (Author)

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Title:A Century of Mystery 1980-1989
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Other authors:Bill Pronzini (Editor), Marcia Muller (Editor), Ruth Rendell (Author), Linda Barnes (Author), Tony Hillerman (Author)4 more, Susan Dunlap (Author), Sara Paretsky (Author), Robert Barnard (Author), Julie Smith (Author)
Info:MJF Books (1997), Hardcover, 320 pages
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