Murder Most Foul

Murder Most Foul

by Robert BlochDorothy Salisbury Davis Stanley Ellin and others
Publication Date: 15/10/2019
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FIFTEEN STORIES ABOUT THE MOST HEINOUS CRIME OF ALL…


Of all the crimes humankind can commit, the act of murder—of cold-bloodedly taking another human life—is often the most shocking, and can tear couples, families, and even entire towns apart.


Mystery Writers of America is proud to present this volume in the Classics series, featuring fourteen stories by acclaimed writers, all exploring the terrible crime of murder. From chill-master Robert Bloch comes a story of outwardly domestic bliss, but with rotten secrets at its core. Mystery master Dorothy Salisbury Davis takes us to a small town where the killing of a mean-spirited landscaper makes the local sheriff question everything he knows in his pursuit of justice. Joe Gores visits the harsh, unforgiving land of South Africa, where a farmer is forever chased by the sins of his past. Patricia McGerr invites us to the White House, where a foreign dignitary's gift to the First Lady may have deadly consequences. And Ellery Queen solves a curious conundrum of a murdered boxer…and also how his own jacket got stolen while at the match.


Fifteen stories of plots, plans, and perfidy—all in pursuit of the perfect murder…

ISBN:
9781393234258
9781393234258
Category:
Short stories
Publication Date:
15-10-2019
Language:
English
Publisher:
Mystery Writers of America
Joe Gores

Joe Gores (1931–2011) won Edgar Awards in three separate categories: Best First Novel, Best Short Story, and Best TV Series Segment.

His many day jobs included truck driver, bodybuilding instructor, carny, and English teacher at a boys' school in Kenya as well as a dozen years as a private investigator in the San Francisco area.

His work repossessing cars provided grist for the mill of his DKA series, making them — in the words of Ellery Queen - "[as] authentic as a fist in your face."

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