Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine (AHMM) is a monthly digest size fiction magazine . A few of the older issues are available to view as a scanned PDF. For over 60 years, Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine has been a foremost publisher of mystery, crime, and suspense short stories of the broadest range and . Print Magazine. Murder, Mayhem, Whodunit. AHMM's award-winning stories delivered directly to your door! Shop Print Magazine.
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The cutting-edge stories appearing in the pages of. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine and. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine have won numerous awards. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, December , Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, January , Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, February There was also an Indian reprint edition in the s under the names Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine and Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Stories.
A bigger problem was its publishing schedule: sporadic is the most charitable word I can think of. It was apparently published to fill the same slots as the traditional baking, knitting, etc.
It might actually have outsold AHMM, in fact; if one could have only found independent circulation figures for it, but it shared those counts with the baking, knitting, etc.
In the Summer issue, they admitted they were down to once-a-year publication. But it got worse.
In January , they admitted they were pulling the plug completely. Reasoner, Joe Gores, L.
Washburn, Joyce Carol Oates After their ambitious attempt to revive the legendary Black Mask with The New Black Mask in the mid-eighties crashed and burned, partially due to copyright issues, the publisher tried to continue with this more modestly-priced "series of original paperbacks comprising the best of contemporary mystery and suspense fiction.
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John Publications Published by the same folks as Manhunt but even more hard-boiled. It only lasted a couple of issues.
After the first six issues, the title was switched to Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine, which is what it was known as wher n it finally ran out of steam almost thirty years later. She sold the magazine in and Charles E.
Fritch became its final editor. Patricia Matthews The Loose End Stephen Wasylyk That So-called Laugh Margaret B. Maron The Joker Helen Nielsen The Tin Ear Charlotte Edwards After the Unfortunate Accident Barry N.
Malzberg The Grateful Thief Patrick O'Keeffe The Inspiration Talmage Powell Death is a Lonely Lover Robert Colby The Witness was a Lady Fletcher Flora Scheme for Destruction Pauline C.
Smith To the Manner Born Mary Braund Black Disaster Richard O. Lewis The Marrow of Justice Hal Ellson Innocent Witness Samuel W. John F. Robert Bloch Death of a Derelict Bill Pronzini The Dettweiler Solution Lawrence Block The Whitechapel Wantons Vincent McConnor Cora's Raid Isak Romun Life or Breath John Lutz Joe Cutter's Game Brian Garfield A Cabin in the Woods Edward Wellen Kid Cardula Libby MacCall Sea Change Henry Slesar The Blue Tambourine Donald Olson Graveyard Shift William P.
McGivern A Bottle of Wine Borden Deal Man Bites Dog Donald Honig Never Trust an Ancestor Michael Zuroy Another War Edward D. Hoch Sparrow on a String