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The Manhunt Companion

The Manhunt Companion

The Manhunt Companion [March 2021] (Stark House Press, $19.95, 410pp, tp, Caliente Design)
Table of Contents
7 • Preface • Jeff Vorzimmer • pr
9 • The History of Manhunt • Jeff Vorzimmer • es
17 • Manhunt Story Reviews 1953–1967 • Peter Enfantino • sz
295 • Stories and Articles by Issue • Anon • ix
333 • Alphabetical Index by Story • Anon • ix
365 • Alphabetical Index by Author • Anon • ix
405 • Alphabetical Index by Series • Anon • ix
409 • TV Episodes based on Manhunt Stories • Anon • ix

Stark House Press website

Contents formatted in the style of Phil Stephensen-Payne’s Galatic Central reference website.
FictionMags Index Family Item Types & Other Abbreviations key.

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The Best of Manhunt

The Best of Manhunt

The Best of Manhunt
A collection of the best of Manhunt magazine edited by Jeff Vorzimmer.
Foreword by Lawrence Block
Afterword by Barry N. Malzberg

First appearing on newsstands in late 1952, Manhunt was the acknowledged successor to Black Mask, which had ceased publication the year before, as the venue for high-quality crime fiction. By April of 1956 it was being billed as the “World’s Best-Selling Crime-Fiction Magazine.” On its pages, over its 14-year run, appeared a veritable Who’s Who of the world’s greatest mystery writers including: Ed McBain, Mickey Spillane, Richard Deming, Jonathan Craig, Hal Ellson, Robert Turner, Jack Ritchie, Frank Kane, Craig Rice, Fletcher Flora, Talmage Powell, Richard S. Prather, David Alexander, Harold Q. Masur, Gil Brewer, Helen Nielsen, Erskine Caldwell, Henry Slesar, David Goodis, Lawrence Block, John D. MacDonald, Clark Howard, Fredric Brown, Donald E. Westlake, Harlan Ellison, Harry Whittington and Steve Frazee.

The Best of Manhunt

Stark House Press
5.5” x 8.5” 392 pages
$21.95