Alfred Hitchcock's Anthology

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Alfred Hitchcock's Anthology
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Categories Crime fiction, detective fiction
Frequency Seasonally
Year founded 1977
Final issue
— Number
1989
Vol 27
Company Davis Publications (paperback)
Dial Press (hardcover)
Country United States
Based in New York, NY
Language English
OCLC number 2985567

Alfred Hitchcock's Anthology (AHA) was a seasonally printed collection of suspenseful and thrilling short stories reprinted from Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine. Produced from 1977 to 1989, the anthology contains stories from authors such as: Patricia Highsmith, Robert Bloch, Bill Pronzini, Isaac Asimov, and Lawrence Block. The anthology is marketed as everything you would "expect from the Master of Suspense", though Hitchcock never had any direct involvement with the publications.

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