Alfred Hitchcock's Tales to Keep You Spellbound

Alfred Hitchcock s Tales to Keep You Spellbound From Alfred Hitchcock stories that will hold you in their spell by Robert Bloch Joseph Payne Brennan Wenzell Brown Robert Cenedella Robert Colby Hilda Cushing Avram Davidson Borden Deal Ch

  • Title: Alfred Hitchcock's Tales to Keep You Spellbound
  • Author: Eleanor Sullivan
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  • Page: 421
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From Alfred Hitchcock, 30 stories that will hold you in their spell by Robert Bloch, Joseph Payne Brennan, Wenzell Brown, Robert Cenedella, Robert Colby, Hilda Cushing, Avram Davidson, Borden Deal, Charlotte Edwards, David Ely, Paul W Fairman, C.B Gifford, Edward D Hoch, Donald Honig, Clark Howard, Miriam Lynch, Libby MacCall, Clayton Matthews, Helen Nielsen, Lawrence PFrom Alfred Hitchcock, 30 stories that will hold you in their spell by Robert Bloch, Joseph Payne Brennan, Wenzell Brown, Robert Cenedella, Robert Colby, Hilda Cushing, Avram Davidson, Borden Deal, Charlotte Edwards, David Ely, Paul W Fairman, C.B Gifford, Edward D Hoch, Donald Honig, Clark Howard, Miriam Lynch, Libby MacCall, Clayton Matthews, Helen Nielsen, Lawrence Page, Jean Potts, Bill Pronzini, Gilbert Ralston, Jack Ritchie, Holly Roth, Henry Slesar, John Suter, Nedra Tyre, Hillary Waugh, and Edward Wellen.

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      Published :2021-02-26T12:09:15+00:00

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    112 thoughts on “Alfred Hitchcock's Tales to Keep You Spellbound”

    1. Not as good as the first Hitchcock collection I read. That collection featured only stories with fantastic twist endings, while this one had similar stories, but generic mystery stories as well. I was less interested in those.The ones that were good were excellent, though. Scott Free was by far my favorite.


    2. Well, I was spellbound! :) I loved almost everything in this anthology. But, I'm too busy (read: lazy) to write a full review. So this is it. :)


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