Alfred Hitchcock's Anthology – Volume 5

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Alfred Hitchcock's Anthology – Volume 5
Volume 5 cover
Author Eleanor Sullivan
Country United States
Language English
Series Alfred Hitchcock's Anthology
Genre Short stories, crime fiction, detective fiction
Publisher Davis Publications, Inc.
Publication date
Fall-Winter, 1979
Media type Print (Paperback)
Pages 348 pp
ISBN NA
Preceded by AHA: Volume 4

Alfred Hitchcock's Anthology – Volume 5 is the fifth installment of Alfred Hitchcock's Anthology, one of the many Alfred Hitchcock story collection books; edited by Eleanor Sullivan. Originally published in hardcover as Alfred Hitchcock's Tales to Send Chills Down Your Spine in 1979, the book contains 29 short stories by many well-known crime fiction novelists.[1]

Contents[edit]

  • A Bottle of Wine (1956) by Borden Deal
  • The Glass Bridge (1957) by Robert Arthur
  • Luck is No Lady (1957) by Robert Bloch
  • The Exit was a Wall (1958) by Evans Harrington
  • An Interlude for Murder (1958) by Paul Tabort
  • Peephole (1959) by Henry Slesar
  • Death Overdue (1959) by Eleanor Daly Boylan
  • The Best-Friend Murder (1959) by Donald E. Westlake
  • Man Bites Dog (1960) by Donald Honig
  • Go to Sleep, Darling (1960) by James Holding
  • Murder is Dominant (1961) by Glenn Andrews
  • A Reform Movement (1961) by Donald Martin
  • Remote Contraol (1962) by Jean Garris
  • The Bond (1962) by Bob Bristow
  • The Seeing Eye (1963) by Warren Donahue
  • Never Trust an Ancestor (1963) by Michael Zuroy
  • Anyone for Murder? (1964) by Jack Ritchie
  • Death by Misadventure (1965) by Wenzell Brown
  • With a Smile for the Ending (1966) by Lawrence Block
  • Don't Hang Up (1967) by Michael Wilson
  • Another War (1967) by Edward D. Hoch
  • Pressure (1968) by Roderick Wilkinson
  • The Running Man (1968) by Bill Pronzini
  • Sparrow on a String (1969) by Alice Scanlan Reach
  • The Clock is Cuckoo (1969) by Richard Deming
  • Esther's Dress (1970) by Donald Olson
  • A Gallon of Gas (1971) by William Brittain
  • Night of the Twisters (1972) by James Michael Ullman
  • Variations on a Game (1973) by Patricia Highsmith

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