A Memory of Murder is a collection of fifteen short stories by Ray Bradbury. They were originally published from 1944 to 1948 in pulp magazines owned by Popular Publications, Inc. that specialized in detective and crime fiction. Bradbury tried his hand in the genre but found the results unsatisfactory. He referred to the stories as "the walking wounded" in his introduction to A Memory of Murder. Although Bradbury would acquire the reprint rights to "The Small Assassin" and "Wake for the Living" for his first collection, Dark Carnival, Popular Publications held onto the reprint rights for...
|Genre:||Crime Fiction, Short story, Speculative fiction, Mystery|
|Number of editions:||1|