Sunday, March 18, 2018
Little Big Crimes: Queen and Country, by Robert Mangeot: "Queen and Country," by Robert Mangeot, Mystery Weekly Magazine, March 2018. This is the third appearance by Robert Mangeot ...
Saturday, March 17, 2018
SleuthSayers: 25 Years in Shorts: by John M. Floyd No, this isn't a post about Jimmy Buffett. But I'll tell you this: the topics of my SleuthSayers columns com...
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
SMFS Member Alan Orloff’s thriller novel, Pray For The Innocent, is out now from Kindle Press.
His short story, “And The Water Kept Rising” appears in The Night Of The Flood: A Novel In Stories anthology edited by Ed Aymar and SMFS Member Sarah Chen.
Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Little Big Crimes: High Explosive, by Martin Limon: "High Explosive," by Martin Limón, in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, March-April 2018. This is Martin Limón'...
SMFS Member Peter DiChellis had two stories published recently. His You-Solve-It mini-mystery “Killer Workout” appears in Woman’s World Magazine (March 19 cover date; on sale March 12).
Additionally, Peter’s creepy crime story “The Lonely Gravedigger” is available to read online at Spelk Fiction.
Monday, March 12, 2018
SMFS Member Teel James Glenn’s short story, “The Occurrence of the Marching Marionette” appears in Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine: Issue #24. Published by Wildside Press, it is available at their website as well as Amazon and elsewhere.
SMFS Member Josh Pachter’s short story, “E. Q. Griffen Earns His Name” appears in the just released anthology, The Misadventures of Ellery Queen. Josh is also a co-editor of the anthology and will be a panel member at Malice Domestic. Published by Wildside Press, the book is available in hardback and paperback forms as well as eBook.