This book was sold by Doubleday Science Fiction, but really it’s a mystery set at a science fiction convention. The book is thus very reminiscient of Murder at the ABA.
In it, a professor who has written some science fiction becomes embroiled in a series of murders that seem to revolve around a rare science fiction pulp magazine.
Not a bad read, ultimately. It’s an old science fiction book, though, in its pacing and printing. Do you know what I mean?