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Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine (December 1983, Volume 28 No. 13) Paperback – 1983

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G. S. Hargrave does most of his writing in a northwest Indiana lake cottage. His earliest published fiction, all in the mystery genre, first appeared in the United States, Germany, and Japan over 25 years ago. You can still find some of that if you look for it, but it's not always easy. These days he has turned his attention to science fiction and fantasy. He especially likes the places where the two overlap.

The author is also an artist and an improvisational guitarist. The paints are usually oils, and the strings are usually nylon.

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