This week’s links to what’s fresh, what’s famous, and what’s fiendish in short mystery and crime fiction.
Here’s a story you might find interesting, even though it’s less of a detective story than we Carrs usually provide. From “Seal of the Confessional” by S.L. Franklin (in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine, November/December 2019, ed. Linda Landrigan, Dell Magazines).
Point of view:
Review: Stories by Block, Westlake, and Randisi from High Stakes: 8 Sure Bet Stories of Gambling and Crime.
New releases, old releases:
Edgar Allan Poe: 10 Creepiest Stories (Illustrated).
Tricks of the Trade:
“I’ll Be Waiting” by Raymond Chandler.
“Three-Ten to Yuma” by Elmore Leonard.
Anthony Awards: Short story finalists (courtesy of Barb Goffman at Sleuthsayers).
Check my shorts, please:
My crime story “Eternal Love” appeared in Switchblade: Issue 4.
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