Thursday, November 03, 2016

Some 1975 Titles (for Past Offences)

The latest monthly challenge over at Past Offences is to read a book in November, published in 1975. Here are some British/European crime titles to choose from, first published in English in 1975, pulled from my database. This information is correct to the best of my knowledge however please do double check dates before spending any cash!:
Catherine Aird - Slight Mourning
Peter Alding - Six Days to Death
Ted Allbeury - Palomino Blonde (aka Omega-Minus)
Ted Allbeury - The Special Collection
James Anderson - The Affair of the Blood Stained Egg Cosy
Meg Elizabeth Atkins - By the North Door
Pierre Audemars - And One for the Dead
Michael Bar-Zohar - The Spy Who Died Twice
Simon Brett - Cast, in Order of Disappearance
W J Burley - Wycliffe and the Pea-green Boat
Margaret Carr - Too Close for Comfort
Agatha Christie - Curtain
Peter Conway - Hostages to Fortune
Peter Conway - Murder in Duplicate
David Craig - The Albion Case
David Craig - A Dead Liberty
Eileen Dewhurst - Death Came Smiling
Colin Dexter - Last Bus to Woodstock
Madelaine Duke - Death of a Holy Murderer
Dick Francis - High Stakes
Nicolas Freeling - What Are the Bugles Blowing For? (apa The Bugles Blowing)
Tim Heald - Deadline
Veronica Heley - Scream for Sarah
Reginald Hill - April Shroud
Reginald Hill - Beyond the Bone (apa Urn Burial and written as Patrick Ruell)
Alan Hunter - Gently with Love
P D James - The Black Tower
H R F Keating - A Remarkable Case of Burglary
Bill Knox - Rally to Kill
Peter Lovesey - Case of Spirits
Jessica Mann - Captive Audience
Simon Myles - The Big Hit
Stella Phillips - Dear Brother, Here Departed
Jeremy Potter - Disgrace and Favour
Ruth Rendell - Shake Hands Forever
Judith Rothman - With Murder in Mind
Gerald Seymour - Harry's Game
Sjöwall & Wahlöö - The Terrorists
Janwillem Van de Wetering - Outsider in Amsterdam
Alan Williams - Gentleman Traitor
Margaret Yorke - The Small Hours of the Morning
There are more suggestions in the comments on the Past Offences page.

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