Alfred Hitchcock's Death-Mate

Alfred Hitchcock's Death-Mate

Alfred Hitchcock's Death-Mate

"The clock runs out fast when Alfie's ghoulish grandmasters make their moves!" Dell. © 1973 H.S.D Publications. 224 pages. "Endgames. Alfred Hitchcock loves the murder game because it offers such an infinite possibility of moves. A drop of arsenic in coffee, a silken noose around the neck, a sharpened knife in the back, a bullet in the brain, are just a few of the classic ploys -- and there is always somebody to come up with a fascinating new variation. Now Alfie has set up his chessboard of evil, and turned his grandest masters of the macabre loose to do their bloodcurdling best -- in novelettes and stories by such fiendish favorites as Jack Ritchie, Hal Ellson, Fletcher Flora, Syd Hoff, C.B. Gilford, Henry Slesar, August Derleth, Richard O. Lewis, Talmage Powell, Michael Brett, Charles W. Runyon, Elijah Ellis, Theodore Mathieson, James Holding.

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