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The finger. [Aaron Marc Stein] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. Advanced Search Find a. Aaron Marc Stein was an American novelist. Born in New York City and educated at Princeton, Stein worked as a journalist in the 1920s and 1930s before becoming a full-time fiction writer. During WWII he worked for the Office of War Information and did Army work in Chinese and Japanese translation. The Finger. by Aaron Marc Stein. 0.00 · published 1973 · 1 edition. Want to Read. Shelving menu. Shelve The Finger. Want to Read; Currently Reading; Read; Add New Shelf; Done. by Aaron Marc Stein. 2.00 · 2 Ratings · 1 Reviews · published 1983 · 1 edition. Want to Read. Shelving menu. Shelve The Bombing Run. Want to Read; Currently. Aug 30, 1985 · Among his books were ''Days of Misfortune,'' ''Chill Factor,'' ''The Finger,'' ''Kill Is a Four-Letter Word'' and ''Coffin Country.'' His detectives and their prey roamed the world. Describing his.

The Finger Aaron Marc Stein

Aaron Marc Stein / George Bagby / Hampton Stone Aaron Marc Stein was a prolific mystery novelist, publishing books under his own name, and as "George Bagby" and "Hampton Stone". He wrote around 110 detective novels. Commentary on Aaron Marc Stein: MysteryFile has a career overview and reminiscence by Francis M. Nevins, and a review. Aaron Marc Stein [1906-1985] Grand Master Award from Mystery Writers of America, 1979. Tim Mulligan and Elsie Mae Hunt, professional archeologists and amateur sleuths:. The Finger 1973 Coffin Country 1976 Lend Me Your Ears 1976 Body Search 1977 Nowhere? 1978 Chill Factor 1978 The Rolling. Aaron Marc Stein November 15 1906 – August 29, 1985, who used the nom de plume George Bagby, was an American novelist who specialized in mystery fiction.Bagby's focus was on police investigators, especially the fictional Inspector Schmidt, Chief of Homicide for the New York Police Department.In the Schmidt novels, mystery-writer Bagby himself appears as "the Watson to Schmidt's Holmes.

“Romanoff Gems, Art Shown Here,” Aaron Marc Stein, New York Evening Post – SC07.04.0.003 Gallery Back to Archives Archive: Lillian Thomas Pratt Personal Papers SC-07. The Cloisters in New York's Fort Tryon park provide a unique setting for a double killing tied up with the decisions regarding the authenticity of a newly acquired treasure, an ancient cloister from a bombed monastery in Italy. Plenty of suspects, a bit of blackmail, a cleverly conceived hoax as to the linking of suspects to crime keeps the reader absorbed until a professor, much too deeply.

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