Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, Volume 2, Number 2 (January 1957).
The AHMM began in 1956. Although there was no formal connection between the mystery giant’s television shows and the publication, stories that appeared in the magazine were adapted for the Alfred Hitchcock Presents tv show that aired on CBS and later on NBC. Among the writers that were published in the magazine are G. K. Chesterton and Donald Westlake. The featured issue Includes the novelette, “Kill Me if You Want,” by Richard Demming. 
"There is no terror in the bang, only in the anticipation of it," Alfred Hitchcock.

Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, Volume 2, Number 2 (January 1957).

The AHMM began in 1956. Although there was no formal connection between the mystery giant’s television shows and the publication, stories that appeared in the magazine were adapted for the Alfred Hitchcock Presents tv show that aired on CBS and later on NBC. Among the writers that were published in the magazine are G. K. Chesterton and Donald Westlake. The featured issue Includes the novelette, “Kill Me if You Want,” by Richard Demming. 

"There is no terror in the bang, only in the anticipation of it," Alfred Hitchcock.

  1. msusurplusbooks reblogged this from msusurplusbooks and added:
    Happy Birthday, Alfred! The Master of Suspense was born on this date in 1899.