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Kenneth Lowe Archives
Kenneth Lowe • 4 Items / 3 Books, 1 Article
No Tears for Shirley Minton (1956)
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    Detective Directory (14 Reviews)
    Broken Shield, by Ben Benson
    1. Broken Shield by Ben Benson
    2. Before Midnight by Rex Stout
    3. The Splintered Man by M.E. Chaber
    4. The Jury Disagree by George Goodchild and Bechofer Roberts
    5. Gently Does It by Alan Hunter
    6. Stab in the Dark by Joe Rayter
    7. The Queen's Awards, 1956 by Ellery Queen
    8. Inspector Maigret and the Dead Girl by Georges Simenon
    9. Stranger in the Dark by Helen Nielsen
    10. Happy Returns by Manning Coles
    11. The Screaming Rabbit by Harry Carmichael
    12. They're Going to Kill Me by Kathleen Moore Knight
    13. No Tears for Shirley Minton by Kenneth Lowe
    14. Dark Encounter by Cathleen Schurr
    Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, March 1956, pp. 142-146
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    The Criminal Record (15 Reviews)
    The Case of the Benevolent Bookie, by Christopher Bush
    1. The Case of the Benevolent Bookie by Christopher Bush
    2. The Case of the Terrified Typist by Erle Stanley Gardner
    3. Before Midnight by Rex Stout
    4. Hickory, Dickory, Death by Agatha Christie
    5. Just a Corpse at Twilight by Robert Lee Martin
    6. Royal Bed for a Corpse by Max Murray
    7. The Queen's Awards: Tenth Series by Ellery Queen
    8. The Man Out of the Rain, and Other Stories by Philip MacDonald
    9. The Crime, the Place, and the Girl by D. Stapleton
    10. No Tears for Shirley Minton by Kenneth Lowe
    11. The Jury Disagree by George Goodchild and Bechofer Roberts
    12. You Make Take the Witness by Clinton Giddings Brown
    13. A Secret Understanding by Merle Miller
    14. The Basle Express by Manning Coles
    15. Occupation: Thief by Donald MacKenzie
    The Saturday Review, February 4, 1956, pp. 38-42