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    Notable Books (5 Reviews)
    Will the Soviet Union Survive Until 1984?, by Andrei Amalrik
    1. Will the Soviet Union Survive Until 1984? by Andrei Amalrik
    2. The Eve of Saint Venus by Anthony Burgess
    3. Imperial Sunset by Max Beloff
    4. A Social History of the British Overseas by Peter Quennell
    5. The Siamese Twin Mystery by Ellery Queen
    The New Republic, May 9, 1970, pp. 42-43
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    The Criminal Record (5 Reviews)
    Black Hawthorn, by John Stephen Strange
    1. Black Hawthorn by John Stephen Strange
    2. The Scarlet Messenger by Henry Holt
    3. The Green Pack by Edgar Wallace and Robert G. Curtis
    4. The Siamese Twin Mystery by Ellery Queen
    5. Murder Moon by Henry Leyford
    The Saturday Review, November 11, 1933, p. 260
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    Booked & Printed (7 Reviews)
    Santa Fe Rules, by Stuart Woods
    1. Santa Fe Rules by Stuart Woods
    2. Witches' Bane by Susan Wittig Albert
    3. The Snares of Death by Kate Charles
    4. Son of Fletch by Gregory Mcdonald
    5. The Siamese Twin Mystery by Ellery Queen
    6. The Wolves of Savernake by Edward Marston
    7. Quaker Witness by Irene Allen
    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, April 1994, pp. 152-154
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    Half-Wisdom (9 Reviews)
    The Edwardian Era, by Andre Maurois
    1. The Edwardian Era by Andre Maurois
    2. Jonathan Bishop by Herbert Gorman
    3. Rabble in Arms by Kenneth Lewis Roberts
    4. The Siamese Twin Mystery by Ellery Queen
    5. My Life and Hard Times by James Thurber
    6. Beethoven As He Lived by Richard Specht
    7. Benvenuto Cellini and His Florentine Dagger by Victor Thaddeus
    8. Ways That Are Dark by Ralph Townsend
    9. We Explore London by Jan Gordon and Cora Gordon
    Scribners, January 1934, p. 2