This week’s links to what’s fresh, what’s famous, and what’s fiendish in short mystery and crime fiction.
I knew I was a dead man. Yet, still I begged. From “Night Train for Berlin” by William Burton McCormick (in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine, (Cover Story), March/April 2020, ed. Linda Landrigan, Dell Magazines.)
Point of view:
Review: Small Kingdoms & Other Stories is a collection of Charlaine Harris stories.
New releases, old releases:
Columbus Noir is the latest anthology in the Akashic Books series (2020).
Tough Guys and Dangerous Dames (1993) is an anthology of hardboiled and pulp-era tales from Raymond Chandler, John D. MacDonald, Erle Stanley Gardner, and many others.
Tricks of the Trade:
Six new stories and three new Solve-it-Yourself mini mysteries, all free-to-read at Over My Dead Body!
Check my shorts, please:
My impossible-crime private eye tale “Callingdon Mountain” appeared in the anthology The Best Laid Plans: 21 Stories of Mystery & Suspense.