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The Passing Tramp Neighbors Disturbance on Berry Hill 1968 by

The Passing Tramp Neighbors Disturbance on Berry Hill 1968 by


The Passing Tramp: Neighbors! Disturbance on Berry Hill (1968), by Elizabeth

Someone in Berry Hill is causing disturbances, prowling about and sneaking into homes, etc., causing people in the neighborhood to lock their doors for the ...

A Couple of (John) Christmas Mysteries: The Studio Crime (1929) and Dead Man's Quarry (1930), by Ianthe Jerrold

No Past Is Dead: The Last Talk with Lola Faye (2010), by Thomas H. Cook

a menagerie of murders

The Passing Tramp: The Inspector Furnival Mysteries of Annie Haynes

The Passing Tramp: Neighbors! Disturbance on Berry Hill (1968), by Elizabeth Fenwick | 2015's classic crime fiction from the wider blogosphere | Pinterest ...

the Turman bookplate

Going stag: the hardcover edition

George Sanders is back in print dealing with crime and mystery in his most inimitable fashion

Classics of Negativity: A Contemporary Review of The Bronze Hand (1926), by Carolyn Wells

With all due respect to Mr. C. S. Evans from Mr. C. J. Evans (alias the Passing Tramp), I would say the plot in this case was not the strongest aspect of ...

The Passing Tramp: Carolyn Considers: "Why Women Read Detective Stories" (1930)

Rudolph Belarski (1900-1983), one of the great names in twentieth-century pulp and paperback fiction art, was born at the turn of the century in the coal ...

Bitter Tea and Mystery: Death of a Ghost: Margery Allingham

THE BATH MYSTERIES by E.R. Punshon. Originally from 1936, DSP edition published August 2015

Cwmmau ("cooma") Farmhouse in the Wye Valley, home of Ianthe Jerrold and her spouse George Menges, brother of concert violinist Isolde Menges

Beneath the Stains of Time: Death's Sober Lamplighter

Linda Lovely's Brie Hooker series debuted with Bones to Pick, and Lovely's back with the sequel, Picked Off, every bit as filled with humor, ...

Glass on the Stairs: Those delightfully mad interior-decorator sleuths Emily and Henry Bryce are up to their necks in murder when an hysterical woman is ...

one was adapted for a paperback cover, in this case Patricia Wentworth's Pilgrim's Rest (re-titled Dark Threat); see below

Steve Berry takes readers back to the days before Cotton Malone had his adventures and working as a Navy lawyer in The Bishop's Pawn, his 13th Malone story.

Susannah Screaming by Carolyn Weston Genre: Mystery, Crime Source: NetGalley Rating: Paul Joseph Rees has seen a hit an.

12 Cover Artists Every Vintage Crime Lover Should Know | CrimeReads

Hard Cheese by Ulf Durling https://www.amazon.co.uk

Eye, aye.

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Beacon Hill, Boston | Exploring Boston's Most Famous Historic Neighborhood

The action never lets up, with Berry doing his usual grand job of blending history with mystery. Berry's research is impeccable, and he ends up offering ...

Psycho Bunny by vnvlain, via Flickr

A Philosophy of Tramping—Jim Christy, Part 3

Participants hold signs during a Black Lives Matter rally in Westhampton Beach on Sunday. AMANDA

The Record Baron, Kenmore, NY, 2016 photo credit: johnmars.com


PETER passes 'Queen Ann's House' in the village of Taplow. Both the house and sign are still there.

Lee Remick George Segal & Eileen Heckart on the set of No Way To Treat A

director Kaneto Shindô's Kuroneko (1968) a beautifully disturbing ghost ...

But it's a tight space, and the need for more room – a driving force in their business – led them to expand the 35-seat restaurant to 75 within the first ...

In a scene that is quite disturbing as the events happen mostly in an utter bluish darkness or diverted to the realm off camera, the cult attacks Willis.

St. Mary Mead - The East Lodge as seen in the TV episode The Mirror

April 17, 1920

The Ride The Tiger band with Mike Lewis and Dave Schramm (far left).

Gibbins experience in underwater archeology shines through and adds an aura of authenticity that makes this shine.

Jericho, Oxford - Cranham Street, looking east.

Baltimore Police News

Hugh Jenkins, Baron Jenkins of Putney - Kenilworth Court, Putney, London

2 Campden Hill Square, home of the Brackenbury family, later became known as '

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Ferguson House Hamilton ON

The Legacy (Children's House, #1)

Five Bells pub (now a Harvester pub/restaurant), with Langdon Hills in

The death of Dix Handley in The Asphalt Jungle (1950).

Judith Flanders' Sam Clair series has been called “Hilarious, bighearted, clever, whip-smart, and devious” by Louise Penny, with good reason.

Hill, Cape Town

As long-time Bay Area residents know, the biggest and splashiest and funnest holiday in the year is one that more or less ends October.

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Sonora, California - The old city hotel on South Washington Street

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Mazourka Hall – Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society

9th & Edgmont Ave.; Photo courtesy of Alfonso Sanbe

Death of the Mantis

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Alexander Payne: His Journey in Film screenings-discussions – “Downsizing” next on tap, Saturday, May 5

Burns' house is remarkably similar in style to that of Henry Nevinson and his wife

Jessica and her husband Duncan an upright Bassist with the Philharmonic Orchestra have decided to leave New York City life behind and move I believe it ...

Beckham Hall is the one on the right.

Elly Griffiths, known for her Ruth Galloway series, has a wonderful second series, and if readers haven't yet had the pleasure, now's the time to read a ...

New England Architecture | Guide to House Styles in New England

North Carolina Literary Review Online 2017 by East Carolina University - issuu

Vinegar Hill August 2004

The lastest Bordelli mystery from Marco Vichi, Ghosts of the Past, take readers back to Florence of 1967, a year after the flood that devastated the area ...

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For Rent Sign: In Brickelltown, Truckee

"a big, 1964 Ford two-door sedan. Black or grey, I forget which."

Salisbury, Connecticut | Could You Live Here?

... by André Hunebelle To Kill a Mockingbird Jim and Dill

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10 Chad Road (with thanks to Carole McKeown)

Alan P Lightman

Storefront Hamilton ON


Enniscorthy from atop Vinegar Hill August 1969

Enniscorthy from atop Vinegar Hill August 1969

The ...