About Alfred Hitchcocks Mystery
Founded in 1956, Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine is the best-selling short story magazine in the nation. Each issue-including a special summer July/August double issue-includes stories from the best mystery authors writing today. Stories range from short-shorts to works of 15,000 words or more and from classic mystery to modern, hardboiled tales. Also included in each issue is an outstanding "Mystery Classic" selected from the best stories in the archives. Many of the mysteries featured--both from new and established authors--have won awards such as the Edgar, Shamus, and Robert L. Fish prize.