Fall 1994 hardcovers: Fiction: Mystery & suspense

Sanborn, Margaret; Stander, Bella
August 1994
Publishers Weekly;8/8/1994, Vol. 241 Issue 32, p112
Trade Publication
Lists hardcover mystery and suspense fiction for release in fall 1994. Includes `An Imperfect Spy,' by Amanda Cross; `Death Dream,' by Ben Bova; `Cold Hearts and Gentle People,' by John R. Riggs; `Miss Seeton Rules,' by Hamilton Crane; `Black Hornet,' by James Sallis; `The Edge,' by Mark Olshaker; `High Fall,' by Susan Dunlap; `Martians in Maggody,' by Joan Hess; `Sins of the Wolf,' by Anne Perry.


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