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George Brown Mair • 7 Items / 6 Books, 1 Article
Death's Foot Forward (1964)
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    Briefly Noted (3 Reviews)
    Mystery and Crime
    1. To Hide a Rogue by Thomas Walsh
    2. Death's Foot Forward by George Brown Mair
    3. The Fiend by Margaret Millar
    The New Yorker, June 20, 1964, pp. 139-142
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    Murder-fancier Recommends (10 Reviews)
    The Night of the Generals, by Hans Hellmut Kirst
    1. The Night of the Generals by Hans Hellmut Kirst
    2. And On the Eighth Day by Ellery Queen
    3. The Neon Haystack by James Michael Ullman
    4. The Mirror Crack'd by Agatha Christie
    5. Nerve by Dick Francis
    6. The Shrunken Head by Robert L. Fish
    7. Frame-Up by Andrew Garve
    8. Will Anyone Who Saw the Accident by Jeffrey Ashford
    9. Death's Foot Forward by George Brown Mair
    10. The Spy Who Came in from the Cold by John le Carre
    The Harpers Monthly, July 1964, pp. 104-106
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    Criminal Record (16 Reviews)
    The Coin of Contraband, by Garland Roark
    1. The Coin of Contraband by Garland Roark
    2. The Union vs. Dr. Mudd by Hal Higdon
    3. In the Last Analysis by Amanda Cross
    4. The Grave-Maker's House by Rubin Weber
    5. Kalahari Kill by Samuel Dembo
    6. Maigret's Dead Man by Georges Simenon
    7. Figure Away by Phoebe Atwood Taylor
    8. The Scavengers by Bill Knox
    9. The Case of the Phantom Fortune by Erle Stanley Gardner
    10. The Case of the Heavenly Twin by Christopher Bush
    11. The Fiend by Margaret Millar
    12. The Devious Ones by Frances Lockridge and Richard Lockridge
    13. Funeral of Figaro by Ellis Peters
    14. The Incongruous Spy by John le Carre
    15. Mr. Holmes Goes to Ground by Conrad Voss Bark
    16. Death's Foot Forward by George Brown Mair
    The Saturday Review, July 25, 1964, p. 36