Alfred Hitchcocks Mystery Magazine Yearly Subscription

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With a discount subscription to Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, you will receive a monthly periodical full of original works of fiction that are thrilling mysteries. 

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With a discount subscription to Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, you will receive a monthly periodical full of original works of fiction that are thrilling mysteries. They range in length from short stories to novellas. The genre of mystery includes many different types of stories that you will love! Your subscription will provide you with a range of fiction that ranges from classic whodunit stories to suspenseful thrillers. You will love all the stories that you receive every month, so subscribe to Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine now!

Riveting Stories

You will love all the mysterious stories with which Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine provides you. It is impossible to find any better source of literature from the rising authors of the mystery genre. You will have difficulty putting down this magazine until you have read it from cover to cover, and even then you will want to read the stories again! Each issue has a diverse collection of stories so that they never become predictable. The types of stories include tales of detection typical of the classical genre, police procedural, stories of private eyes, thrilling suspense, courtroom dramas, espionage, and so much more. There is something for every reader in Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine

The Extras

Not only will a discount subscription to Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine provide you with fantastic stories in each and every issue, but there are also numerous extras in everyone. You will enjoy getting into the minds of your favorite authors with exclusive interviews that will show you a new side of the authors you love. Each issue also includes a “Mystery Classic,” which is an outstanding tale from the literary genre’s past. That isn’t all, but there is also a section of book reviews so that when you are finished reading Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, you will know what book to read until you receive your next issue!

  

Contests and Writing 

If you are a writer as well as a reader, you will love that amateur writers like yourself write the features in this publication! There are also writing contests that you can enter your own stories into because after reading all these great mysteries, you will be inspired to write your own! Sending in your own tales is simple and you may just end up published in the next issue of Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine

Find your next thrilling tale by subscribing to Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine today!

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This is a terrific publication, I've been receiving it for almost 20 years. A compilation of short stories (4-6 pages) that are very reader friendly and impossible to put down. It sounds a little corny, but I really look forward to the next issue. The stories are fascinating and suspenseful without being vulgar or gross, and without the foul language that seems to be so popular today. Well worth the price of admission!


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What a fun read! Stories are short enough that you can finish them in one sitting but engaging! Will continue this subscription for sure and recommend it to mystery buffs who maybe don't want to get into another novel while still finishing a few up but want something fresh


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they were old stories - don't know how the mix-up came about?