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More links to what’s fresh, what’s famous, and what’s fiendish in short mystery and crime fiction.
Success and fame had always been a crapshoot, but a man’s life ought to boil down to more than the contents of a suitcase in Tijuana. From “The List” by Loren D. Estleman (in The Interrogator and Other Criminally Good Fiction, eds. Ed Gorman and Martin Greenburg, Cemetery Dance Publications, 2012. Originally published in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, May 2010).
Point of view:
Vicki Weisfeld puts the pedal to the metal with her review of Resume Speed and Other Stories by Lawrence Block (collected in 2018).
New releases, old releases:
Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine (new issue, #25)
Coast to Coast: Private Eyes from Sea to Shining Sea, eds. Andrew McAleer and Paul D. Marks (2017).
“Violet Eyes” by Debra H. Goldstein at Over My Dead Body (2015)
Check my shorts, please:
My humorous robbery whodunit “Listen Up” appeared at Flash Bang Mysteries.
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