Ray Bradbury Box Set



Ray Bradbury Box Set


Ray Bradbury was one of the most beloved authors in the past century. He published several stories in the Strand and we’re proud to present a selection of issues with some of our favorite stories.

The Strand Magazine Issue 26

1. The Visit · Ray Bradbury · ss; illustrated by Michael Carroll

2· Animal Intelligence · Alexander McCall Smith · ss; illustrated by Pauline Hazelwood

2 · My Hobby · Tom Fabian · ss; illustrated by Pauline Hazelwood

4 · The Case of the Crosby Murders [Sherlock Holmes] · Gary Lovisi · ss; illustrated by John Chandler

5 · The Big Switch [Mike Hammer] · Mickey Spillane & Max Allan Collins · ss; developed by Max Allan Collins from a fragment found in Spillane’s files.; illustrated by Graham Kennedy


Strand Magazine Issue 13: Stories by Ray Bradbury and an Anne Perry Interview…

The thirteenth issue of the Strand was a lucky 13:

1. A short story by Ray Bradbury titled “The Mafioso Cement Mixing Machine.”
2. A short story by John Mortimer titled “Coastguard’s Cottage”
3. Sherlock Holmes solves “The Case of the Weeping Child.” Plus fiction by Peter Lovesey and Edward Marston.

An exclusive interview with Anne Perry and articles profiling Poe and the Mrs Bradley Mysteries.


Ray Bradbury’s Last Story headlines our 38th issue…
A perfect gift for the mystery fan. Our 38th issue has the last story known to have been written by Ray Bradbury, “Dear Santa”, as well as fiction by Jeffery Deaver, Alexander McCall Smith, and Michael Koryta.

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