Martin H. Greenberg received the Ellery Queen Award for editing in the mystery field. He published more than nine hundred anthologies and collections in the fields of mystery, science fiction, fantasy and horror. He lived in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Greenberg died in 2011.
The World's Finest Mystery and Crime Stories: 5
World's Finest Mystery & Crime
Ed Gorman and Martin H. Greenberg
The annual collection of the best suspense and mystery from around the world, including stories by such greats as Doug Allyn, Brendan DuBois, Barbara Hambly, Clark Howard, Joyce Carol Oates, Ed McBain, Ian Rankin, Ruth Rendell, Peter Robinson and many others.
After the King
Martin H. Greenberg; Introduction by Jane Yolen
After the King presents an outstanding collection of new fantasy stories by an extraordinary assemblage of some of the very best writers to ever continue the tradition Tolkien began with The...
Martin H. Greenberg
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