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Fred MacIsaac Bibliography

UK First Edition Books in Order

The following bibliography - Checklist contains the author's crime and mystery fiction books listed in order

Fred MacIsaac Books for Sale

Title Publisher Date Issue Points - Notes
Marionettes and how to make them Stanley Paul 1923 Illustrated by Tony Sarg
Tin Hats Chelsea House 1926
The Hole in the Wall Henry Waterson 1927 US edition
The Vanishing Professor Henry Waterson 1927 Reprinted UK Sovereign Thrillers. no. 16
The Yellow Shop Hurst & Blackett 1928
The Mental Marvel A. C. McClurg & Co 1930 American edition in British Library
The Wild Man of Cape Cod Whitman Publishing 1935 UK: Sovereign no. 4 in 1938
Death Rides the Deep Methuen 1938 Sovereign Thrillers. no. 1
Hot Gold Methuen 1938 Sovereign Thrillers. no. 5
Millions for Murder Methuen 1938 Sovereign Thrillers. no. 7
The Murder Special Methuen 1938 Sovereign thrillers ; no. 10
Don't Let Him Burn ! Methuen 1938 Sovereign thrillers ; no. 11
The Dealer of Death Methuen 1938 Sovereign Thrillers. no. 12
False-Face Methuen 1939 Sovereign Thrillers. no. 13
The Winged Murderer Methuen 1939 Sovereign Thrillers. no. 15

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Fred MacIsaac Author Biography - Information About the Author
Frederick John MacIsaac was born in 1886 and died in 1940, he was a playwright as well as a novelist.
The Sovereign Thrillers are all UK paperback originals, no hardback issued.
Fred MacIsaac wroite short stories for Argosy magazine as well, some reissued in the books above.
The UK editions are rarely seen, in our experience. This bibliography has been a little tricky and may need a few changes yet. We've included books and editions not mentioned by Hubin or in the British Library.
Early American first edition books in dust jacket are rare but they do turn up from time-to-time.
 

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