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When London Walked in Terror (1965)
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    Absolutely Ripping! (Review)
    When London Walked in Terror, by Tom A. Cullen
    1. When London Walked in Terror by Tom A. Cullen
    The Reporter, November 18, 1965, pp. 54-55
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    Atlantic Bookshelf (6 Reviews)
    Potpourri
    1. The Sea Years of Joseph Conrad by Jerry Allen
    2. The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea by Yukio Mishima
    3. Invitation to an Inquest by Walter Schneir and Miriam Schneir
    4. No Heaven for Gunga Din by Ali Mirdrekvandi ("Gunga Din") and John Hemming, ...
    5. When London Walked in Terror by Tom A. Cullen
    6. The Young Visitors by John Wain
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 1965, pp. 174-176
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    Briefly Noted (8 Reviews)
    General
    1. The Crippled Tree by Suyin Han
    2. The Secret War Against Hitler by Fabian von Schlabrendorff
    3. The History of the Jews by Poul Borchsenius
    4. The Destruction of California by Raymond F. Dasmann
    5. When London Walked in Terror by Tom A. Cullen
    6. Egypt to the End of the Old Kingdom by Cyril Aldred
    7. The Career of Philosophy, Vol. II by John Herman Randall, Jr.
    8. Between Niger and Nile by Arnold J. Toynbee
    The New Yorker, October 9, 1965, pp. 233-235
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    Best Mysteries of the Month (10 Reviews)
    The Expendable Spy, by Jack D. Hunter
    1. The Expendable Spy by Jack D. Hunter
    2. Airs Above the Ground by Mary Stewart
    3. The Strode Venturer by Hammond Innes
    4. Before the Ball Was Over by Alexandra Roudybush
    5. Waiting for a Tiger by Ben Healey
    6. The Last Known Address by Joseph Harrington
    7. To Borrow Trouble by Miriam Borgenicht
    8. The Fourth Side of the Triangle by Ellery Queen
    9. Doll by Ed McBain
    10. When London Walked in Terror by Tom A. Cullen
    Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, January 1966, pp. 55-56
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    Criminal Record (13 Reviews)
    Invitation to an Inquest, by Walter Schneir and Miriam Schneir
    1. Invitation to an Inquest by Walter Schneir and Miriam Schneir
    2. When London Walked in Terror by Tom A. Cullen
    3. The Detective's Due by Lesley Egan
    4. The Twin Serpents by Ronald Scott Thorn
    5. Airs Above the Ground by Mary Stewart
    6. I Hide, We Seek by Richard Martin Stern
    7. Before the Ball Was Over by Alexandra Roudybush
    8. Great True Stories of Crime, Mystery and Detection from the Reader's Digest
    9. Cease Upon Midnight by Simon Troy
    10. Nothing Is the Number When You Die by Joan Fleming
    11. Is Skin Deep, Is Fatal by H.R.F. Keating
    12. Is There a Traitor in the House? by Patricia McGerr
    13. Call It Accident by Rae Foley
    The Saturday Review, October 30, 1965, pp. 63-64