ELLERY QUEEN’S MYSTERY MAGAZINE, all six 1944 issues

During World War II, EQMM was published bi-monthly. This lot contains all six issues published in 1944, and fantastic issues they are. Among the reprints are such classic yarns as Agatha Christie’s “Witness for the Prosecution,” Dashiell Hammett’s “The Gutting of Couffignal,” and John Dickson Carr’s “Cabin B-13.” The sextet will appeal strongly to pulp-fiction aficionados, as 1944’s EQMM contributors include such rough-paper favorites as Cornell Woolrich, Fredric Brown, Baynard Kendrick, and Steve Fisher. And, of course, Queen himself/themselves is/are well represented. These six digests combined would have made a fantastic anthology. Condition: About Fine, with a couple Very Good Plus and at least one Very Fine. Minor rubbing to covers with light wear to spines and around staples. Interior pages are uniformly high grade, ranging from off-white to very lightly yellowed.

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Price: $50.00