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Old Spies Club and Other Intrigues of Rand, The



Short Stories


# Date Publisher Binding Cover
1 2001-00-00  

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THE KING OF THE CLASSICAL WHODUNIT" Ellery Queen"s Mystery Magazine used these words to describe the extraordinary accomplishments of Edward D. Hoch. Whether he is writing about sleuths or crooks or spies, Hoch always includes a strong puzzle element in his stories. Each challenges the reader to unravel the mystery before the hero does. Two of Hoch"s most famous characters are British espionage agent Jeffery Rand and his half-Scottish, half-Egyptian wife Leila Gaad. During the height of the Cold War, Rand outsmarted Soviet agents, and in the more murky world of contemporary diplomacy he continues to face intriguing mysteries. In these 15 tales, Rand must discover why a dying spy wrote the word "labyrinth", how can someone fight a non-existent war -- and pass a lie-detector test about it, what do miraculous cures in Scotland have to do with the CIA, and other strange conundrums. Even when Rand retires and joins The Old Spies Club, he and Leila continue in a world of double-agents, double-crosses, and constant peril.


•The Spy and the Nile Mermaid
•The Spy in the Pyramid
•The Spy at the End of the Rainbow
•The Spy Who Took a Vacation
•The Spy and the Cats of Rome
•The Spy in the Labyrinth
•The Spy Who Was Alone
•The Spy Who Wasn't Needed
•The Spy and the Healing Waters
•Egyptian Days
•Waiting for Mrs. Ryder
•The Old Spies Club
•One Bag of Coconuts
•The Man from Nile K
•The War that Never Was

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