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Alfred Hitchcock April 1966

Alfred Hitchcock April 1966

Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine Vol. 11 No. 4 April 1966
Alfred Hitchcock: Dear Friends “Soon we will once again hear, from spring training camps, the crack of a baseball bat—hopefully, against a ball . . .”
Contents
Richard Hill Wilkinson “Night Clerk”
C.B. Gilford “Don’t Call It Murder”
Virginia Coffman “Spring Thaw”
Lawrence A. Hayner “The Big Diamond Glittered”
Cameron Wills “Personal”
Helen Nielsen “The Master’s Touch”
Steve Wyandotte “An Ill Wind”
Jack Ritchie “Plan 19”
Robert Specht “The Real Thing”
Ed Lacy “The Listening Cone”
Ree Montgomery “Cabin on the Old Dump Road”
Robert Edmond Alter “Haunted Hill”
Vera Henry “Between Trains”
Dan J. Marlowe “Don’t Lose Your Cool”
Richard Hardwick “The Private Eye of Irving Anvil”
Each story includes an illustration by Marguerite Blair Deacon

Editor and Publisher: Richard E. Decker
Managing Editor: G.F. Foster
Associate Editors: Pat Hitchcock, Ernest Hutter, Victoria S. Benham
Art Director: Marguerite Blair Deacon
164 pages, 50¢

Alfred Hitchcock June 1964

Alfred Hitchcock June 1964

Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine Vol. 9 No. 6 June 1964
Alfred Hitchcock: Dear Friends
Contents
Richard Deming “Medicine Woman”
Jack Ritchie “Everybody Except Wilbur”
Leo R. Ellis “Fresh Thuringer Today”
Robert Edmond Alter “Echo of a Savage”
Jay Folb “Hero of the Silver Screen”
Frank Sisk “The Clean Platter”
Carl Henry Rathjen “A Debt to Doc”
Rog Phillips “Legacy of Office”
Carroll Mayers “Until Death Us Do Part”
Thomasina Weber “Judgment Day”
Dick Ellis “Final Performance”
Richard Hardwick “The Dangerous Age”
Jan MacKenzie “Show Me First Your Penny”
Steve O’Connell “Kill the Taste”
Ed Dumonte “Summer Session Only”
Each story includes an illustration by Marguerite Blair Deacon

Editor and Publisher: Richard E. Decker
Managing Editor: G.F. Foster
Associate Editors: Victoria S. Benham, Pat Hitchcock, Ned Benham
Art Director: Marguerite Blair Deacon
164 pages, 50¢

Alfred Hitchcock Feb. 1964

Alfred Hitchcock Feb. 1964

Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine Vol. 9 No. 2 Feb. 1964
Alfred Hitchcock: Dear Readers
Contents
Henry Slesar “Second Verdict”
Duane Yarnell “The Bent Frame”
Arthur Porges “Blood Will Tell”
Robert Edmond Alter “A Habit for the Voyage”
Thomasina Weber “The Handiest Man Around”
Wenzell Brown “The Lure”
Hilda Cushing “She Loved Funerals”
Clark Howard “Four and Twenty Blackbirds”
Jonathan Craig “The Baby”
Gene Pollock “The Time of His Life”
Miranda Wallace “A Touch of Magic”
Edward Wellen “Siege Perilous”
Richard Deming “The Sensitive Juror”
Carroll Mayers “The Big Grab”
Bernice Balfour “The Vision of Mrs. Hardy”

Editor: Richard E. Decker
160 pages, 50¢

Contents from Galactic Central.

Alfred Hitchcock Aug. 1963

Alfred Hitchcock Aug. 1963

Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine Vol. 8 No. 8 Aug. 1963
Alfred Hitchcock: Dear Readers (Hitch writes about freeing The Birds.)
Contents
Lawrence Block “Good for the Soul”
Carroll Mayers “A Piece of the Action”
Robert E. Alter “Killer in the Dark”
Murray Goodwin “A Good Man”
Clark Howard “The Little Things”
Richard Hardwick “One Man’s Family”
Lawrence Treat “Homicide, Maybe”
Nedra Tyre “Murder Between Friends”
Hilda Cushing “She is not My Mother”
A.R. Cooper “Brain Teaser”
Bryce Walton “Shakeup”
Fletcher Flora “Dinner Will Be Cold”
Each story includes an illustration by Marguerite Blair Deacon

Editor and Publisher: Richard E. Decker
Managing Editor: G.F. Foster
Associate Editors: Victoria S. Benham, Pat Hitchcock, Ned Benham, Donald C. Dilworth
Art Director: Marguerite Blair Deacon
128 pages, 35¢

Alfred Hitchcock April 1962

Alfred Hitchcock April 1962

Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine Vol. 7 No. 4 April 1962
Alfred Hitchcock: Dear Readers (Hitch announces Tuesday night’s half-hour Alfred Hitchcock Presents TV program on NBC, will expand to one hour next season and move to Sunday night on CBS.)
Contents
Clark Howard “Put Yourself in My Place”
Richard Hill Wilkinson “Circumstances Alter Cases”
De Forbes “Flora Africana”
Joe Mackey “Free Translation”
Bryce Walton “Never Hang Another”
Wade H. Mosby “Let Me Read Your Tea-Leaves”
Borden Deal “Make Your Pitch”
Tom MacPherson “Down to the Sea in Formaldehyde”
Robert Edmond Alter “Double Trouble”
William Link & Richard Levinson “Top-Flight Aquarium”
Allen Kim Lang “Beauty and the Beasts”

Publisher: Richard E. Decker
Editor: Lisa Belknap
Managing Editor: G.F. Foster
Associate Editors: Pat Hitchcock, Victoria S. Benham
Art Director: Meinrad Mayer
Illustrator: Marguerite Blair Deacon
128 pages, 35¢

Alfred Hitchcock Aug. 1960

Alfred Hitchcock Aug. 1960

Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine Vol. 5 No. 8 Aug. 1960
Alfred Hitchcock: Dear Readers
Contents
William Link and Richard Levinson “Who is Jessica?”
Hal Ellson “Dying a Thousand Deaths”
Donald Martin “Haul of Fame”
Bryce Walton “Suit of Armor: Size 36”
Richard Hardwick “Gone as By Magic”
H.A. DeRosso “I Hated the Hired Man”
Fletcher Flora “No Death, No Inheritance”
Duane Decker “Weighty Problem”
Forrest Bice “Even the Wicked Die”
Robert Edmond Alter “Schedule for an Assassination”
Earl Fultz “Of Snow and Death”
James Holding “Go to Sleep, Darling”
Ed Lacy “Crime Doesn’t Pay—Enough”
Donald Honig “The Mysterious Murders”

Publisher: Richard E. Decker
Editorial Director: William Manners
Managing Editor: G.F. Foster
Associate Editors: Pat Hitchcock, Lisa Belknap
Art Director: Meinrad Mayer
Illustrator: Barbara Remington
128 pages, 35¢

Alfred Hitchcock’s May 1960

AHMM May 1960

“Dear Readers” excerpt: “I have been hard at work on a new motion picture. I shall only tell you that it is entitled PSYCHO.”

Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine Vol. 5 No. 5 May 1960
Alfred Hitchcock: Dear Readers
Contents
Robert Edmond Alter “Each Night He Pulled the Trigger”
O.H. Leslie “Key to a Skeleton Closet”
Jeff Heller “Victim, Dear Victim”
Jack Ritchie “Lily-White Town”
C.B. Gilford “A Fair Warning to Mystery Writers”
Donald Martin “Don’t Rock the Boat!”
H.A. DeRosso “Lucrezia”
Richard Hardwick “The Still Small Voice”
Henry Slesar “Ruby Martinson’s Big Dentist Caper”
Jack Dillon “Very Moral Theft”
Donald Honig “Lingering Faces, Dead Faces”
Helen Nielsen “Woman Missing”

Publisher: Richard E. Decker
Editorial Director: William Manners
Managing Editor: G.F. Foster
Associate Editors: Pat Hitchcock, Lisa Belknap
Art Director: Meinrad Mayer
Illustrator: Barbara Remington
128 pages, 35¢

Alfred Hitchcock Nov. 1959

Alfred Hitchcock Nov. 1959

Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine Vol. 4 No. 11 Nov. 1959
Donald Honig “The Empty Room”
Richard Hardwick “Sheriff Peavy’s Whodunit Murder” (Sheriff Peavy)
Franklin M. Davis, Jr. “Seven Million Suspects”
Henry Slesar “Hunt the Tiger”
Nora H. Caplan “After the Burial”
Robert Edmond Alter “It Couldn’t Possibly Happen”
Donald Martin “Footprints in a Ghost Town”
Tom Parsons “A Killing in Real Estate”
Nedra Tyre “The Gentle Miss Bluebeard”
C. B. Gilford “The Night Lincoln Died”
Paul W. Fairman “Panther, Panther in the Night”

Publisher: H.S.D. Publications
Editor: William Manners
128 pages, 35¢

Contents from Galactic Central.

Alfred Hitchcock Sep. 1959

Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine Sep. 1959

Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine Vol. 4 No. 9 Sep. 1959
Alfred Hitchcock: Dear Readers
Contents
C.B. Gilford “Death Comes for Some Ladies”
Jacques Gillies “The Plural Mr. Grimaud”
Stanley George “Two Hunters and a Girl”
Theodore Pratt “Give Me Ten Days”
Douglas Farr “For Every Evil”
Robert Edmond Alter “The Assassin”
Donald Honig “Voices in Dead Man’s Well”
Ted Leighton “Memory Game”
Lawrence Treat “who’s Innocent?”
Donald Martin “Hot and Buried”
William Link and Richard Levinson “One Bad Winter Day”
Jack Dillion “The Look of Murder”

Publisher: Richard E. Decker
Editorial Director: William Manners
Managing Editor: G.F. Foster
Associate Editors: Pat Hitchcock, Ande Miller
Art Director: Meinrad Mayer

Opening Lines

AHMM May 1966 page 65

Opening line from “The Shunned House” by Robert Edmond Alter Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine May 1966:

“The abandoned Yost house has stood in shunned isolation for nearly two hundred years.”