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Annotated Reference Guide to Collectible Books

Queen, Ellery

Queen, Ellery. Roman Hat Mystery. Frederick A. Stokes, New York (1929). a Problem in Deduction

Queen, Ellery. Roman Hat Mystery. Victor Gollancz, London (1929). a Problem in Deduction

Queen, Ellery. The Dutch Shoe Mystery. Frederick A. Stokes, New York (1931). a Problem in Deduction

Queen, Ellery. THE GREEK COFFIN MYSTERY. Grosset & Dunlap, New York (1932). A PROBLEM IN DEDUCTION

Queen, Ellery. The American Gun Mystery. Frederick A. Stokes, New York (1933). DEATH AT THE RODEO; A Problem in Deduction

Queen, Ellery. The Siamese Twin Mystery. Frederick A. Stokes, New York (1933).

Queen, Ellery. The Adventures of Ellery Queen. Triangle Books (1934).

Queen, Ellery. The Adventures of Ellery Queen. Frederick A. Stokes, New York (1934).

Queen, Ellery. The Chinese Orange Mystery. Frederick A. Stokes, New York (1934). A Problem in Deduction

Queen, Ellery. Halfway House. Frederick A. Stokes, New York (1936). A Problem in Deduction

Queen, Ellery. The Door Between. Frederick A. Stokes, New York (1937).

Queen, Ellery. The Devil to Pay. Frederick A. Stokes, New York (1938). The New Mystery By Ellery Queen

Queen, Ellery. The Dragon's Teeth. Stokes, New York (1939).

Queen, Ellery. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine. Lawrence E. Spivak; The American Mercury (1941). 49 issues; white lettering & cover art by George Salter; Contributors include Dashiell Hammett, Margery Allingham, Ellery Queen, Agatha Christie, Dorothy Sayers, R. Austin Freeman, Ben Hecht and many others

Queen, Ellery. The Detective Short Story. Little, Brown and Company, Boston (1942). A Bibliography; 1060 copies printed.

Queen, Ellery. There Was An Old Woman. Little, Brown and Company, Boston (1943). illustrated by Pauline Jackson

Queen, Ellery. The Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes. Little, Brown, Boston (1944). Illustrations by Frederic Dorr Steele; contributions from Bret Harte, August Derleth, Stephen Leacock, Agatha Christie, James M. Barrie, O. Henry and Mark Twain; "Twenty-five of the thirty-three stories belong to the combined category of parody-travesty-satire-burlesque, five are exact imitations of the real Doyle stories, and three might be called stunt imitations."

Queen, Ellery. The Yellow Cat Mystery. Little Brown & Co, Boston, Massachusetts (1952). Frontispiece by Barbara Corrigan

Queen, Ellery. THE SCARLET LETTERS. Little Brown & Co, Boston, Massachusetts (1953).

Queen,Ellery. IN THE QUEENS' PARLOR. Simon and Schuster, New York: (1957). AND OTHER LEAVES FROM THE EDITORS' NOTEBOOK.

Queen,Ellery. The Finishing Stroke. Simon & Schuster, New York (1958). An Inner Sanctum Mystery; Frederic Dannay and Manfred Lee

Queen,Ellery. The Purple Bird Mystery. G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York (1965).

Queen, Ellery. Sherlock Holmes Versus Jack the Ripper. Victor Gollancz Ltd, London (1967).

Queen, Ellery. Four Men Called John. Victor Gollancz Ltd, London (1976). The Four Johns

Queen, Ellery. The Roman Hat Mystery. Mysterious Press, New York (1979). 250 copies printed.

Queen, Ellery. Roman Hat Mystery. Frederick A. Stokes, New York (1929). a Problem in Deduction

Queen, Ellery. Roman Hat Mystery. Victor Gollancz, London (1929). a Problem in Deduction

Queen, Ellery. The Dutch Shoe Mystery. Frederick A. Stokes, New York (1931). a Problem in Deduction

Queen, Ellery. THE GREEK COFFIN MYSTERY. Grosset & Dunlap, New York (1932). A PROBLEM IN DEDUCTION

Queen, Ellery. The American Gun Mystery. Frederick A. Stokes, New York (1933). DEATH AT THE RODEO; A Problem in Deduction

Queen, Ellery. The Siamese Twin Mystery. Frederick A. Stokes, New York (1933).

Queen, Ellery. The Adventures of Ellery Queen. Triangle Books (1934).

Queen, Ellery. The Adventures of Ellery Queen. Frederick A. Stokes, New York (1934).

Queen, Ellery. The Chinese Orange Mystery. Frederick A. Stokes, New York (1934). A Problem in Deduction

Queen, Ellery. Halfway House. Frederick A. Stokes, New York (1936). A Problem in Deduction

Queen, Ellery. The Door Between. Frederick A. Stokes, New York (1937).

Queen, Ellery. The Devil to Pay. Frederick A. Stokes, New York (1938). The New Mystery By Ellery Queen

Queen, Ellery. The Dragon's Teeth. Gollancz (1939).

Queen, Ellery. The Dragon's Teeth. Stokes, New York (1939).

Queen, Ellery. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine. Lawrence E. Spivak; The American Mercury (1941). 49 issues; white lettering & cover art by George Salter; Contributors include Dashiell Hammett, Margery Allingham, Ellery Queen, Agatha Christie, Dorothy Sayers, R. Austin Freeman, Ben Hecht and many others

Queen, Ellery. The Detective Short Story. Little, Brown and Company, Boston (1942). A Bibliography; 1060 copies printed.

Queen, Ellery. There Was An Old Woman. Little, Brown and Company, Boston (1943). illustrated by Pauline Jackson

Queen, Ellery. The Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes. Little, Brown, Boston (1944). Illustrations by Frederic Dorr Steele; contributions from Bret Harte, August Derleth, Stephen Leacock, Agatha Christie, James M. Barrie, O. Henry and Mark Twain; "Twenty-five of the thirty-three stories belong to the combined category of parody-travesty-satire-burlesque, five are exact imitations of the real Doyle stories, and three might be called stunt imitations."

Queen, Ellery. The Yellow Cat Mystery. Little Brown & Co, Boston, Massachusetts (1952). Frontispiece by Barbara Corrigan

Queen, Ellery. THE SCARLET LETTERS. Little Brown & Co, Boston, Massachusetts (1953).

Queen,Ellery. IN THE QUEENS' PARLOR. Simon and Schuster, New York: (1957). AND OTHER LEAVES FROM THE EDITORS' NOTEBOOK.

Queen,Ellery. The Finishing Stroke. Simon & Schuster, New York (1958). An Inner Sanctum Mystery; Frederic Dannay and Manfred Lee

Queen,Ellery. The Purple Bird Mystery. G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York (1965).

Queen, Ellery. Sherlock Holmes Versus Jack the Ripper. Victor Gollancz Ltd, London (1967).

Queen, Ellery. Four Men Called John. Victor Gollancz Ltd, London (1976). The Four Johns

Queen, Ellery. The Roman Hat Mystery. Mysterious Press, New York (1979). 250 copies printed.