My short mystery, “White Nights”, in the current issue of Mystery, Crime, and Mayhem, is the perfect summer read! Enjoy the Danish midnight sun at a retreat designed to ignite the creative energies of the participants. But beware: something is not right in Denmark. Follow the action as creative artist Georgina Featherstone and her sidekick Kelly Newington try to fend off disaster.
“White Nights” is one of nine cozy mysteries in this issue. We all know Sherlock Holmes from Watson’s point of view. These stories feature other grand investigators who need their brilliance explained by their constant companion. And not all crime fighters are human! Many times, the crime is actually solved by the cat, dog, or parrot, though the human takes the credit.
You’ll have fun with this issue! To get your copy, click on the cover above or follow this universal link to your favorite online bookseller.
Black Widows, the spring 2022 issue of MYSTERY, CRIME, AND MAYHEM is live!
Eleven mystery writers explore what might be considered the darker side of the fairer sex. My own contribution, “The Failed Femme Fatale”, will surprise you.
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Crime has been with us forever. Chances are, that even as we approach the age of rocket ships and space habitats, it will follow us.
And we’ll keep trying to find better ways to fight crime. Or so I imagine in my short story, “Peacekeeping Colorado-Style in 2055.”
Come join me and six other contributors to this quarterly magazine as we explore the future side of crime in Always With Us.
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