Books by Fredric Brown

Death in the Dark: Fredric Brown Mystery Library, Volume Two

Brown is firmly entrenched in the detective & mystery pulps of the late 30s through the end of 1942.


Market for Murder: Fredric Brown Mystery Library, Volume Three

“. . . enough good people put Brown on their must-read lists and then become evangelists to keep his name alive on the same high shelf as Hammett, Thompson, Ross Macdonald and other crime icons. Somewhere up in literary heaven, I hope he’s looking down, sipping a beer, playing his flute and smiling.”—Dick Adler, Chicago [...]


Murder Draws a Crowd: Fredric Brown Mystery Library, Volume One

Humorous works culled from vintage trade journals like Excavating Engineer and tapping the beginning of Brown’s detective fiction.


The Complete Ed & Am Hunter Mysteries

Chicago’s own ED and AM HUNTER are one of the best, and most endearing and beloved private eye teams in the genre, and Fredric Brown’s one of the best writers to ever grace the genre, so what’s not to like? Young, brash, ambitious, idealistic Ed Hunter and his uncle Am, a cheerful, chubby, streetwise ex-carny [...]


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