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by George Hatherill
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Working his way up from police constable to Detective Superintendent of the . Hatherill handled all kinds of cases - smuggling or forgery, 50 murders for the Murder Squad, fraud, extortion, confidence games, ending with The Great Train Robbery of 1964. There are two explicitly gruesome incidents here involving the strangling-stabbing, rape-killings of three little girls.
Detective story, type of popular literature in which a crime is introduced and investigated and the culprit is revealed. This article was most recently revised and updated by .
The Thrill Book was a . pulp magazine published by Street & Smith in 1919. It was intended to carry "different" stories: this meant stories that were unusual or unclassifiable, which in practice often meant that the stories were fantasy or science fiction. Contributors included Greye La Spina, Charles Fulton Oursler, J. H. Coryell, and Seabury Quinn
Published by McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York/St. Louis/San /Mexico (1971).
Published by McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York/St. ISBN 10: 0070270252 ISBN 13: 9780070270251.
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The Reader and the Detective Story is unique in the criticism of detective fiction, in the sense that it treats the detective story as a special case of reading, governed by special rules and shaped by a highly specialized formula. The method of interpretation is the application of the principles of Response Theory (especially those developed by Hans-Georg Gadamer, Wolfgang Iser, and Hans Robert Jauss) to the reading of a tale of detection. Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles. Publisher: Bowling Green State University Popular Press.