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Emma Lathen • 23 Books
Banking on Murder (1961)
Death Shall Overcome, Murder Against the Grain, a Stitch in Time
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    Stiff Competition (10 Reviews)
    Troika, by Clive Egleton
    1. Troika by Clive Egleton
    2. Hercule Poirot's Casebook by Agatha Christie
    3. A Sense of Loyalty by Jeffrey Ashford
    4. The Case of the Murdered Mackenzie by E.V. Cunningham
    5. Trilogy of Death by P.D. James
    6. Banking on Murder by Emma Lathen
    7. The Illustrious Client's Case-Book
    8. The James Bond Bedside Companion by Raymond Benson
    9. The Darlington Jaunt by Angus Ross
    10. The Night of the Ripper by Robert Bloch
    Mike Shayne's Mystery Magazine, March 1985, pp. 126-132
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    Homicide for the Holidays (18 Reviews)
    The Devil Was Handsome, by Maurice Procter
    1. The Devil Was Handsome by Maurice Procter
    2. Lizzie Borden: The Untold Story by Edward D. Radin
    3. A Companion to Murder by E. Spencer Shew
    4. The Sheppard Murder Case by Paul Holmes
    5. The Gentleman Was a Thief by Neil Hickey
    6. The Papers of Andrew Melmoth by Hugh Sykes Davies
    7. One Night in July by Jonathan Root
    8. Operation Terror by Gordon Gordon and Mildred Gordon
    9. A Case for Appeal by Lesley Egan
    10. Farewell Crown and Goodbye King by Margot Bennett
    11. The Empty Robe by Stella Crater and Oscar Fraley
    12. The Men Who Robbed Brink's by Joseph J. O'Keefe and Bob Considine
    13. Tales for a Rainy Night by David Alexander
    14. A Grave Undertaking by Lionel White
    15. A Friend of Mary Rose by Elizabeth Fenwick
    16. Banking on Murder by Emma Lathen
    17. The Smartest Grave by Reginald James White
    18. Ten Rillington Place by Ludovic H.C. Kennedy
    The Saturday Review, December 23, 1961, p. 25