Looking for trouble? Try a short walk down a dark street.
Another week, another round of of links to what’s fresh, what’s famous, and what’s fiendish in short mystery and crime fiction.
Bosch checked the clock as he rolled to the side of the bed and sat up. It was 5:45 A.M. and that was late for a murder call. From “One-Dollar Jackpot” by Michael Connelly (in Dead Man’s Hand: Crime Fiction at the Poker Table, ed. Otto Penzler, Harcourt Inc., 2007).
Point of view:
New releases, old releases:
The Night of the Flood, eds. E.A. Aymar and Sarah M. Chen (2018).
Murder New York Style: Fresh Slices, ed. Terrie Farley Moran (2011).
For the Research Folder: A real-life private eye reveals down-and-dirty details on how to snoop through someone’s trashcans.
Check my shorts, please:
My crime-horror story “Disaster Adjuster” appeared in cross-genre magazine Kzine.