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001 - CONTROL NUMBER

  • control field: 638789

003 - CONTROL NUMBER IDENTIFIER

  • control field: OSt

005 - DATE AND TIME OF LATEST TRANSACTION

  • control field: 20170516020812.0

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010 ## - LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CONTROL NUMBER

  • LC control number: gf2014026280

040 ## - CATALOGING SOURCE

  • Original cataloging agency: IlChALCS
  • Language of cataloging: eng
  • Transcribing agency: DLC
  • Subject heading/thesaurus conventions: lcgft
  • Modifying agency: DLC

155 ## - HEADING--GENRE/FORM TERM

  • Genre/form term: Detective and mystery fiction

455 ## - SEE FROM TRACING--GENRE/FORM TERM

  • Genre/form term: Crime fiction

455 ## - SEE FROM TRACING--GENRE/FORM TERM

  • Genre/form term: Detective fiction

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  • Genre/form term: Murder mysteries

455 ## - SEE FROM TRACING--GENRE/FORM TERM

  • Genre/form term: Mystery fiction

455 ## - SEE FROM TRACING--GENRE/FORM TERM

  • Genre/form term: Private eye fiction

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  • Genre/form term: Whodunits

555 ## - SEE ALSO FROM TRACING--GENRE/FORM TERM

  • Control subfield: g
  • Genre/form term: Fiction

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

  • Source citation: GSAFD, 2000
  • Information found: (Mystery fiction: Use for novels and stories dealing with the detection and solution of crime. UF Crime stories, Detective and mystery fiction, Detective and mystery stories, Fiction, Detective, Fiction, Mystery, Murder mysteries, Mysteries, Mystery and detective stories, Mystery stories, Private eye stories, Whodunits.NT Noir fiction)

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

  • Source citation: Baldick, C. The Oxford dictionary of literary terms, c2008
  • Information found: (Detective story: a story in which the principal action and focus of interest is the investigation of a crime or apparently enigmas by a detective figure, either professional or amateur.)

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

  • Source citation: Cuddon, J. A dictionary of literary terms and literary theory, 1998:
  • Information found: Newgate fiction (Newgate fiction. A minor genre or mode which had some vogue in the 1830s; it has been called 'crime fiction' and is, perhaps, an early form of faction. The so-called Newgate novelists based their stories on actual criminal cases) crime fiction (crime fiction. The commission and detection of crime, with the motives, actions, arraignment, judgement, and punishment of a criminal, is one of the great paradigms of narrative. Critical work on the genre has overwhelmingly concentrated on the detective story, defined by the adoption of the investigator as protagonist; detective fiction; crime writing; crime novel)

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

  • Source citation: British crime writing : an encyclopedia, 2009:
  • Information found: introd. (crime fiction; crime novels)

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

  • Source citation: LCSH, Oct. 22, 2014
  • Information found: (Detective and mystery stories. UF Detective and mystery fiction. BT Fiction)

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