Introduction Alfred Hitchcock
Alfred Hitchcock is a kindly man. It grieves him to think that a certain group of citizens don’t get the public attention their deeds merit. True, they prefer it that way… in fact the last thing they want is publicity. But Alfie knows best, and he’s devoted a long time to making known the special talents of these modest murderers.
Together with some friends Alfred Hitchcock has collected fourteen spine-tingling, knee-knocking, finger-biting stories to keep you in suspense.
Fourteen unearthly delights.
Introduction by Alfred Hitchcock
Goodbye, Now by Gil Brewer
Woman Missing by Helen Nielsen
Murder Me Gently by C. B. Gilford
Be My Valentine by Henry Slesar
The Marquesa by Ray Russell
Highly Recommended by Michael Brett
Old Man Emmons by Talmage Powell
The Drum Major by Arthur Porges
Upside-Down World by Jack Ritchie
Nice Work If You Can Get It by Donald Honig
Bach In A Few Minutes by Fletcher Flora
Polka-Dot Blonde by Richard Hardwick
Experience Is Helpful by Rog Phillips
Lucrezia by H. A. DeRosso
Also in this series:
GAMES KILLERS PLAY
ALFRED HITCHCOCK’S DEATH BAG
Get Me to the Wake on Time available on Amazon