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The Case of the Nervous Accomplice, Erle Stanley Gardner (Perry Mason), 1955, Pocket Books #C-297

The Case of the Nervous Accomplice, Erle Stanley Gardner (Perry Mason), Pocket Books

Author: Erle Stanley Gardner Publisher: Pocket 4520 Year: 1963 Print: 4 Cover Price: $ Condition: Very Good Light wear Genre: Mystery

Perry Mason Solves The Case of the Demure Defendant

Erle Stanley Gardner’s Perry Mason illustrated by Robert McGinnis.

The Case of the Fan-Dancer's Horse, Erle Stanley Gardner (Perry Mason), 1947, Pocket Books #6043

The Case of the Fan-Dancer's Horse, Erle Stanley Gardner (Perry Mason), Pocket Books

The Case of the Vagabond Virgin - Erle Stanley Gardner. Cover art by Charles Binger.

July 1948 Morrow hardcover September 1959 Cardinal paperback, print cover art by Milton Charles Perry Mason novel Seattle Mystery Bookshop

61: The Case of the Waylaid Wolf (1960)

The Case of the Cunning Counsellor: The Complete Cases of Perry Mason

37: The Case of the Fiery Fingers (1951)

The Case of the Cunning Counsellor: The Complete Cases of Perry Mason

Erle Stanley Gardner’s Perry Mason illustrated by Robert McGinnis. Early 60′s. [Part 1]

Erle Stanley Gardner, The Case of the Golddigger’s Purse (Montreal: Pocket Books, with cover art by Robert McGinnis.

The Case of the Dubious Bridegroom (Perry Mason, Book 33) | Originally published in 1949 | This is a paperback Pan Books edition.

The Case of the Dubious Bridegroom (Perry Mason, Book by Erle Stanley Gardner.

41: The Case of the Hesitant Hostess (1953)

The Case of the Cunning Counsellor: The Complete Cases of Perry Mason

Published 1937, this PB printed in 1953.

Pulp International - Assorted paperback covers featuring the roulette wheels in their designs

The Case of the Lucky Legs, Erle Stanley Gardner (Perry Mason), Pocket Book #106, 29th Printing November 1947

The Case of the Lucky Legs, Erle Stanley Gardner (Perry Mason), Pocket Book Printing November 1947

Jim Thompson Pop. 1280 (1964). The local sheriff seems to be a harmless buffoon. He gets no respect from the inhabitants, but he's beginning to resent their attitude. Mystery critic Anthony Boucher was one of the few critics who took any notice of Thompson during his lifetime.

11 Psychological Stories That Will Make You Worry for Your Sanity

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