Magazine with mystery and crime stories, which are most of the time translations from the American original, illustrated by French artists.
 

HITCHCOCK MAGAZINE, a pocket-sized monthly, French edition of 'Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine', which exists since 1956.

Hitchcock Magazine 88, illustration a for story by Edward Y. Breeze: La grosse prise, p.50-1, August 1968

Hitchcock Magazine 89, illustration a for story by Stephen Wasylyk: Le fruit sec, p.59, September/October 1968

Hitchcock Magazine 92, illustration for a story by Vivian Thorne: Le témoin aux yeux fermés, January 1969

illustrations from Cahiers de la Bande Dessinée published earlier in a Hitchcock Magazine
 

Hitchcock Magazine 98, illustration for a story by Aubrey S. Newman: Un parfum d'herbe, July 1969

Hitchcock Magazine 109, four illustrations for a story by Douglas Farr: Pour solde de tout mal, p.95 & 99 & 101 & 107, June 1970
     

Hitchcock Magazine 115, two illustrations for a story by E. Breeze: Les motards de l'enfer, p.5 & 22-3, December 1970