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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Long Ago, the current volume of MYSTERY, CRIME, AND MAYHEM is on sale now!
Ten gripping stories appear from all over the map and the calendar, from Ancient Egypt to sixteenth-century Venice with a stopover in 1964 Budapest.
The writers also take you to the Arizona territory and mid-1800s Illinois, plus twentieth-century Minnesota, Arkansas, Illinois, Nevada, and, in my tale, Oregon.
My brand-new short story “Shattered” is in this issue. A nut-tree farmer accuses two preschool kids in a quiet small town neighborhood of criminal mischief. The incident shatters more than a set of taillights for their fictional mother.
Discover the many ways throughout history that crimes occur—and get resolved.
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