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Quentin, Patrick (Joint pseudonym of Hugh Callingham Wheeler & Richard Wilson Webb)

Published by Random House, New York (1962)

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About this Item: Random House, New York, 1962. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: good. First U.S. Edition. 276p. 1st printing. Former owner's name on front endpaper, jacket has small tears and chips to edges with folds scraped. A Random House Mystery. Jacket design by Jerome Kuhl. [Hubin; p.327] (8-1/4"x5-1/2"). Seller Inventory # H10947

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Quentin, Patrick (pseudonym for Hugh C. Wheeler and Richard W. Webb)

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About this Item: Random House, New York, 1962. First edition. Octavo, boards. Collects twelve stories. "Anthony Boucher, in the New York Times, said, "Patrick Quentin is one of the truly great plotters in the field of suspense." Pederson (ed.), St. James Guide to Crime and Mystery Writers, (4th ed.), pp. 864-65. Hubin pp. 661-662. Queen's Quorum 119. A nearly fine copy in a very good dust jacket with rubbing to edges, front and spine panels. (22453). Seller Inventory # 22453

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Quentin, Patrick

Published by Random, New York (1962)

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About this Item: Random, New York, 1962. hardcover. Condition: Good. First Edition. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP117760248

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QUENTIN, PATRICK.

Published by Random House, [1962]., New York (1962)

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About this Item: Random House, [1962]., New York, 1962. First edition. First U.S. edition. Fine in very lightly rubbed dust jacket with light wear to spine ends and corners. THE ORDEAL OF MRS. SNOW was the winner of the Edgar Award in 1962. The story also is a Queen's Quorum title. Queen's Quorum 119. In 1964, THE ORDEAL OF MRS. SNOW was filmed for television as an episode of THE ALFRED HITCHCOCK HOUR. This book is a collection of one novelette and 11 short stories. The collection contains an assortment of chilling stories about children who perpetrate hideous crimes without the slightest sense of guilt or remorse . The schoolboy who finds an ideal way to deal with his irritating father; the child who planned murder because of his unhealthy love for his mom; the child who murdered for greed and then framed an innocent man for the crime. And then there are adults who plan evil crimes and are frequently the victims of their own schemes. Seller Inventory # 37487

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QUENTIN, PATRICK.

Published by Random House, [1962]., New York (1962)

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About this Item: Random House, [1962]., New York, 1962. First edition. First U.S. edition. Near fine in moderately rubbed dust jacket with light wear to spine ends and the extremities. THE ORDEAL OF MRS. SNOW was the winner of the Edgar Award in 1962. The story also is a Queen's Quorum title. Queen's Quorum 119. In 1964, THE ORDEAL OF MRS. SNOW was filmed for television as an episode of THE ALFRED HITCHCOCK HOUR. This book is a collection of one novelette and 11 short stories. The collection contains an assortment of chilling stories about children who perpetrate hideous crimes without the slightest sense of guilt or remorse . The schoolboy who finds an ideal way to deal with his irritating father; the child who planned murder because of his unhealthy love for his mom; the child who murdered for greed and then framed an innocent man for the crime. And then there are adults who plan evil crimes and are frequently the victims of their own schemes. Seller Inventory # 24859

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QUENTIN, PATRICK.

Published by Random House, [1962]., New York (1962)

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About this Item: Random House, [1962]., New York, 1962. First edition. First U.S. edition. Fine in very lightly rubbed dust jacket with light wear to head of spine and the corner. THE ORDEAL OF MRS. SNOW was the winner of the Edgar Award in 1962. The story also is a Queen's Quorum title. Queen's Quorum 119. In 1964, THE ORDEAL OF MRS. SNOW was filmed for television as an episode of THE ALFRED HITCHCOCK HOUR. This book is a collection of one novelette and 11 short stories. The collection contains an assortment of chilling stories about children who perpetrate hideous crimes without the slightest sense of guilt or remorse . The schoolboy who finds an ideal way to deal with his irritating father; the child who planned murder because of his unhealthy love for his mom; the child who murdered for greed and then framed an innocent man for the crime. And then there are adults who plan evil crimes and are frequently the victims of their own schemes. An exceptional copy. Seller Inventory # 25580

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Quentin, Patrick (pseudonym for Hugh C. Wheeler and Richard W. Webb)

Published by Random House, New York (1962)

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About this Item: Random House, New York, 1962. First edition. Octavo, boards. Collects twelve stories. Queen's Quorum 119. "Anthony Boucher, in the New York Times, said, "Patrick Quentin is one of the truly great plotters in the field of suspense." Pederson (ed.), St. James Guide to Crime and Mystery Writers, (4th ed.), pp. 864-65. A nearly fine copy in an about nearly fine dust jacket with some moderate rubbing to the black ink background of the front panel and a touch of shelfwear to spine ends and corner tips, touch of rubbing to spine panel. (15551). Seller Inventory # 15551

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