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John Dickson Carr • 233 Items / 74 Books, 74 Articles, 83 Reviews, 2 Issues
She Died a Lady (1943)
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    The Criminal Record (5 Reviews)
    She Died a Lady, by Carter Dickson
    1. She Died a Lady by Carter Dickson
    2. Juliet Dies Twice by Lange Lewis
    3. The Dangerous Dead by William Brandon
    4. A Matter of Accent by David Keith
    5. The Smell of Money by Matthew Head
    The Saturday Review, February 20, 1943, p. 20
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    Check List (20 Reviews)
    Horace Williams: Gadfly of Chapel Hill, by Robert W. Winston
    1. Horace Williams: Gadfly of Chapel Hill by Robert W. Winston
    2. A Latin American Speaks by Luis Quintanilla
    3. The Consumer Goes to War by Caroline F. Ware
    4. The Development of William Butler Yeats by V.K. Narayana Menon
    5. War in the West by Daniel Vilfroy
    6. Works of Prose by Hermann Kesten and Heinrich Heine
    7. Harvest of My Years by Channing Pollock
    8. Federal Income, Gift, and Estate Taxation by Jacob Rabkin and Mark H. Johnson
    9. Germany's Master Plan by Joseph Borkin and Charles A. Welch
    10. W.B. Yeats, 1865-1939 by Joseph M. Hone
    11. Force and Freedom by Jacob Burckhardt and James Hastings Nichols
    12. White Mammoths by Alexander Poliakov
    13. Appeasement's Child by Thomas J. Hamilton
    14. Battle for the Solomons by Ira Wolfert
    15. The Little People by Albert Halper
    16. The Day Must Dawn by Agnes Sligh Turnbull
    17. Mrs. Parkington by Louis Bromfield
    18. She Died a Lady by Carter Dickson
    19. Laura by Vera Caspary
    20. The Emperor's Snuffbox by John Dickson Carr
    The American Mercury, May 1943, pp. 629-631