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Best Murder Stories 2 by Edmund Crispin

Best Murder Stories 2

by Edmund Crispin

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This work contains the following stories:
Rudyard Kipling: 'Mary Postgate'
John Keir Cross: 'Esmeralda'
W. F. Harvey: 'The Tool'
Thomas Burke: 'Old Joe'
Oliver Onions: 'The Smile of Karen'
Evelyn Waugh: 'Mr Loveday's Little Outing'
L. P. Hartley: 'The Killing Bottle'
Michael Arlen: 'The Smell in the Library'
Stanley Ellin: 'The Orderly World of Mr Appleby'
This work contains the following stories:
John D. MacDonald: 'The Homesick Buick'
Agatha Christie: 'The Chocolate Box'
Carter Dickson: 'The House in Goblin Wood'
Lord Dunsany: 'Two Bottles of Relish'
Julian Symons: 'A Pearl Among Women'
Rex Stout: 'The Cop Killer'
Gladys Mitchell: 'Manor Park'
Helen McCloy: 'The Singing Diamonds'
Thomas Flanagan: 'The Cold Winds of Adesta'
Ellery Queen: 'Mind over Matter'
Michael Gilbert: 'The Oyster Catcher'
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