Black Cat Mystery Magazine is a new journal devoted to the best in mystery short fiction. Crime? Noir? Cozy? Private eye? You'll find all genres present and accounted for—with new tales by the best writers of today! The fourth issue features the following lineup:
THE SHOW MUST GO ON, by Michael Bracken
EMILY AND ELODIE, by Dara Carr
PARTNERS IN CRIME, by Tracy Falenwolfe
RHONDA AND CLYDE,... [click here for more]
This is a tale of tragedy and terror invading the pleasant life of a big coeducational medical college. It is exactly what the title says -- murder among friends. For they were all friends, a little group of intimates who were drawn to lovely, sparkling Garnet Dillon, secretary to the Dean. Then disaster struck -- struck like a great tidal wave of horror, leaving five murders and a gripping fear in... [click here for more]
A brand-new, never-released novel from the USA TODAY bestselling Regency author!
When a gentleman is found dead on a fishmonger’s doorstep in Regency London, a rugged Bow Street Runner has to pair with the man’s elegant noble nephew to solve the crime. They both find unexpected help—and infatuation—with the fishmonger’s very unusual young widow.
Individually, each... [click here for more]
The morning after the season's worst blizzard of the year, Deputies Frank "Frack" Telusky and Robely Danner of the small farming community of Abundance, Wisconsin, are called to a remote section of woods, where they find a handcuffed man frozen to a tree. Since no one local has been reported missing they wonder if The Iceman is the driver of the overdue van out of Minnesota, reportedly carrying... [click here for more]
The 27th issue of Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine features new and classic mystery tales!
From Watson’s Notebooks, by John H Watson, M D
Ask Mrs Hudson, by (Mrs) Martha Hudson
Screen of the Crime, by Kim Newman
Carnivory, Darwin, and Doyle, by O’Neill Curatolo
“Someday the Truth Will Come Out”, by Chris Chan
Dr. Watson and True Facts,... [click here for more]
The only thing Sitehuti of Western Thebes ever wanted was to complete scribal school and slide comfortably into the mid-levels of Egyptian bureaucracy. All that goes into the river the day he is adopted by Nefer-Djenou-Bastet, a highly opinionated sacred cat.
From that point on, the young scribe's life is turned upside down. Everyone sees him as special; favored by the gods.
Naturally, that makes... [click here for more]