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                    Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine #22: Featuring a new Nero Wolfe story! (Paperback)

                    Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine #22: Featuring a new Nero Wolfe story! (Paperback)

                    The 22nd issue of Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine features new and classic mystery tales -- including a brand new Nero Wolfe story! Included are 7 stories, a poem, all the usual features, and more: Features: From Watson's Notebook, by John H. Watson, M. D.Ask Mrs Hudson, by (Mrs) Martha HudsonNon Fiction: SCREEN OF THE CRIME, by Kim NewmanBETTER THAN HOLMES? by Terry Teachout"I'M THE OLD MAN," by Dan AndriaccoFiction: ROEBIUS THE ROBBER, by Eugene D. GoodwinA CLOWN AT MIDNIGHT, by Marc BilgreyCRAFTY OLD BAGS, by Laird LongTHE PURLOINED PLATYPUS, by Marvin KayeA RUDE AWAKENING, by Stan TrybulskiTHE TAHITIAN POWDER BOX MYSTERY, by James HoldingTHE ADVENTURE OF THE CARDBOARD BOX, by Sir Arthur Conan DoylePOETRY: 221B, by Vincent StarrettArt & Cartoons: Russell Thornton: Front cover artMarc Bilgrey: Cartoon

                      The 22nd issue of Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine features new and classic mystery tales -- including a brand new Nero Wolfe story! Included are 7 stories, a poem, all the usual features, and more: Features: From Watson's Notebook, by John H. Watson, M. D.Ask Mrs Hudson, by (Mrs) Martha HudsonNon Fiction: SCREEN OF THE CRIME, by Kim NewmanBETTER THAN HOLMES? by Terry Teachout"I'M THE OLD MAN," by Dan AndriaccoFiction: ROEBIUS THE ROBBER, by Eugene D. GoodwinA CLOWN AT MIDNIGHT, by Marc BilgreyCRAFTY OLD BAGS, by Laird LongTHE PURLOINED PLATYPUS, by Marvin KayeA RUDE AWAKENING, by Stan TrybulskiTHE TAHITIAN POWDER BOX MYSTERY, by James HoldingTHE ADVENTURE OF THE CARDBOARD BOX, by Sir Arthur Conan DoylePOETRY: 221B, by Vincent StarrettArt & Cartoons: Russell Thornton: Front cover artMarc Bilgrey: Cartoon

                    Terror at 5280' (Paperback)

                    Terror at 5280' (Paperback)

                    A neighborhood won't let its residents forget the past. One taste draws two lovers into a nightmarish addiction. A harsh winter forces strange creatures down from the mountains.At sea level, where it's safe, things like this can't happen. But when you're sky high in Denver, Colorado, anything goes...including your sanity.Beware of Terror at 5280', a horror fiction anthology featuring dark tales set in and around Denver and the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, penned exclusively by local authors.Edited by: Josh Schlossberg, Gary Robbe, Melinda Bezdek, Bobby Crew, Desi D, Lisa Mavroudis, Thomas C. Mavroudis, and Jeamus Wilkes.TABLE OF CONTENTSPreface - Denver Horror Collective Foreword - John Palisano The Depths - Matthew Lyons Laffing Sal - Lindsay King-Miller This Was Always Going to Happen - Stephen Graham Jones Electric Stalker - Rebecca S.W. Bates Gaze with Undimmed Eyes and the World Drops Dead - Carina Bissett Grave Mistake - Joshua Viola & Carter Wilson There is Something Up There - Joy Yehle Scrape - Gary Robbe The Copper Door Karma Jar - Cindra Spencer Block 12 - Thomas C. Mavroudis A Place for Cady - Melinda Bezdek Taste - Henry Snider Chronic Cold - Josh Schlossberg The Dead Spot - Angela Sylvaine The Ghosts of Cheesman Park - Grace Horton Old Golden Road - Jay Seate If I Shall Wake - Desi D The Blue Lady - Sean Murphy Mountain Lovers - Bobby Crew Left Behind - P.L. McMillan Deep Veins - Travis Heermann That Time Maggie Ghosted Me - Jeamus Wilkes Last Words: Cannibal Kings and Queens - Larry Berry

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                    Mystery Weekly Magazine Issues: Mystery Weekly Magazine: November 2019 (Paperback)

                    Mystery Weekly Magazine Issues: Mystery Weekly Magazine: November 2019 (Paperback)

                    At the cutting edge of crime fiction, Mystery Weekly Magazine presents original short stories by the world's best-known and emerging mystery writers.The stories we feature in our monthly issues span every imaginable subgenre, including cozy, police procedural, noir, whodunit, supernatural, hardboiled, humor, and historical mysteries. Evocative writing and a compelling story are the only certainty.Get ready to be surprised, challenged, and entertained--whether you enjoy the style of the Golden Age of mystery (e.g., Agatha Christie, Arthur Conan Doyle), the glorious pulp digests of the early twentieth century (e.g., Dashiell Hammett, Raymond Chandler), or contemporary masters of mystery.In our cover story "Giving Up The Ghost" by Shea E. Butler, Belle Lopez, an ex-hooker working as a neophyte private investigator, is obsessed with solving the murder of her ex-boss and mentor, Leo Gillepski. Things get complicated when Leo's ghost appears and starts interfering in the case."Cold Feet" by Nils Gilbertson: When a prominent scholar weds a powerful lobbyist, suspicion prompts her to enlist her brother, a former fed, to investigate. As he chases leads around D.C., truth, suspicion, and its consequences begin to blur.In "Midnight In A Sea Of Marble" by D.V. Bennett, Washington D.C. police detectives Mike Ryan and Hayley Michaels are tasked with investigating a double-murder. When they begin to suspect two rich upstanding citizens living in a pricey neighborhood along the Potomac River, the citizens push back.In "Digging Up Bones" by Brandon Abbott, Nathan Shields is haunted by the skeleton in his past. But he soon learns the real threat lies beneath the surface, where he least expects it. As he uncovers the truth, Nathan discovers a frightening reality: sometimes what you bury will bury you."Murder On The First Night's Feast" by Robert Mangeot: Since Charlemagne, a gathering of elite gourmands in French chateaux country has taken on rules and a reputation all its own. Except this year the host is hauled off for murder, and it's up to Madame Feubert to save the season.In "To Whom It May Concern" by Kathleen Gerard, the power of the written word snowballs into unexpected rewards.

                      Mystery Weekly Magazine Issues: Mystery Weekly Magazine: November 2019 (Paperback)

                    Issue: Shoreline of Infinity 2: Science Fiction Magazine (Paperback)

                    Issue: Shoreline of Infinity 2: Science Fiction Magazine (Paperback)

                    Shoreline of Infinity features brand new science fiction stories from writers from all over the world. In this issue we start our new science fiction poetry section, MultiVerse, featuring poems by Iain Banks and Ken MacLeod. Also: we have an interview with Duncan Lunan, columnist Steve Green talks about originality in films, and we have reviews of recent and forthcoming science fiction books. We also include specially commisioned artwork for all the stories. Stories Last Days in the Nanotech War --Duncan Lunan "We Sell Seashells" --Ryan L Daly Citizen Erased --Bethany Ruth Anderson Charlie, A Projecting Prestidigitator --Megan Neumann Purgatory --Michael Fontana Death Do Us Part --Tyler Petty Reliquaries --Steve Simpson Vanity --Kathy Steinemann The Republic of David --Anton Rose A Season of Want --Ken Poyner The Child with Wings --Ann Craig Also Duncan Lunan --Interview by Paul F Cockburn Border Crossings --Steve Green MultiVerse Poems by: Iain Banks Ken MacLeod Reviews Poems --Iain Banks and Ken MacLeod Review: Russell Jones Gene Mapper --Taiyo Fujii Review: Iain Maloney Lie of the Land --Michael F. Russell Review: Ian Hunter The Promise of the Child -- Tom Toner Review: Duncan Lunan Swords Versus Tanks --M. Harold Page Review: Elsa Bouet I Am Because You Are --Pippa Goldschmidt, Tania Hershman (editors) Review: Iain Maloney

                      Shoreline of Infinity features brand new science fiction stories from writers from all over the world. In this issue we start our new science fiction poetry section, MultiVerse, featuring poems by Iain Banks and Ken MacLeod. Also: we have an interview with Duncan Lunan, columnist Steve Green talks about originality in films, and we have reviews of recent and forthcoming science fiction books. We also include specially commisioned artwork for all the stories. Stories Last Days in the Nanotech War --Duncan Lunan "We Sell Seashells" --Ryan L Daly Citizen Erased --Bethany Ruth Anderson Charlie, A Projecting Prestidigitator --Megan Neumann Purgatory --Michael Fontana Death Do Us Part --Tyler Petty Reliquaries --Steve Simpson Vanity --Kathy Steinemann The Republic of David --Anton Rose A Season of Want --Ken Poyner The Child with Wings --Ann Craig Also Duncan Lunan --Interview by Paul F Cockburn Border Crossings --Steve Green MultiVerse Poems by: Iain Banks Ken MacLeod Reviews Poems --Iain Banks and Ken MacLeod Review: Russell Jones Gene Mapper --Taiyo Fujii Review: Iain Maloney Lie of the Land --Michael F. Russell Review: Ian Hunter The Promise of the Child -- Tom Toner Review: Duncan Lunan Swords Versus Tanks --M. Harold Page Review: Elsa Bouet I Am Because You Are --Pippa Goldschmidt, Tania Hershman (editors) Review: Iain Maloney

                    Murder on Magazine : A Skip Langdon Mystery

                    Murder on Magazine : A Skip Langdon Mystery

                    In the action-packed TENTH installment of the Skip Langdon series, a serial killer is using Airbnb units to stage his murders, but a teenage runaway has escaped his grasp and now she's in the wind, believing she's killed him. Meanwhile, the real killer stalks the city - and her.

                      The TENTH installment of the Skip Langdon series is a New Orleans feast for the senses, a canine love story, an action-packed police procedural made-to-order for readers who like their female sleuths bold, smart, and refreshingly human. A serial killer is using Airbnb units to stage his murders, but a teenage runaway has escaped his grasp and now she's in the wind, believing she's killed him. Meanwhile, the real killer stalks the city - and her.Cody, the pink-haired sixteen-year-old, should be in school or at the mall texting her friends, not hanging out at the intersection of serial murder and human trafficking. When the options are: (1) Return to a life of slavery (2) Go to jail for murder (3) Be killed by a serial killer, Option 4 makes perfect sense - RUN! As mean as the streets of The City That Care Forgot can be, this child attracts angels (often unlikely ones) - and entire packs of dogs - who come to her aid.She also finds a friend in NOPD's newest Sergeant - big (six-foot!), beautiful, tough, and tender-hearted Skip Langdon. Skip knows her best hope of finding the killer is to find Cody - plus she feels for the girl, in whom she recognizes a younger version of her plucky, resourceful, whip-smart self. The city's hard-boiled; the detective has a heart the size of the Superdome.

                    Magazine of New Writing: Granta 133: What Have We Done (Paperback)

                    Magazine of New Writing: Granta 133: What Have We Done (Paperback)

                    The world, as we know it, is changing . . . In the autumn issue of Granta, acclaimed nature writer Barry Lopez meditates on language and seeing; poet Kathleen Jamie travels to the Alaskan wilderness; science writer Fred Pearce describes the effort to keep Sellafield safe; Adam Nicolson investigates murder in rural Romania; Robert MacFarlane introduces unpublished extracts from the notebooks of Roger Deakin; and new Australian writer Rebecca Giggs witnesses the monumental death of a stranded whale. Fiction by Ben Marcus, Ann Beattie, Deb Olin Unferth and David Szalay. Poetry by Noelle Kocot, Maureen McLane, Ange Mlinko and Andrew Motion. Photography by Helge Skodvin introduced by Audrey Niffenegger. "Every way one turned the tundra was laid out like a green sea, sedgy and subtle and glinting with secret melt pools and waterways." - Kathleen Jamie

                      The world, as we know it, is changing . . . In the autumn issue of Granta, acclaimed nature writer Barry Lopez meditates on language and seeing; poet Kathleen Jamie travels to the Alaskan wilderness; science writer Fred Pearce describes the effort to keep Sellafield safe; Adam Nicolson investigates murder in rural Romania; Robert MacFarlane introduces unpublished extracts from the notebooks of Roger Deakin; and new Australian writer Rebecca Giggs witnesses the monumental death of a stranded whale. Fiction by Ben Marcus, Ann Beattie, Deb Olin Unferth and David Szalay. Poetry by Noelle Kocot, Maureen McLane, Ange Mlinko and Andrew Motion. Photography by Helge Skodvin introduced by Audrey Niffenegger. "Every way one turned the tundra was laid out like a green sea, sedgy and subtle and glinting with secret melt pools and waterways." - Kathleen Jamie

                    Crime Syndicate Magazine Issue Three (Paperback)

                    Crime Syndicate Magazine Issue Three (Paperback)

                    Crime Syndicate Magazine is back with ten fantastic crime fiction short stories from some of the top crime writers on the market today. Guest-edited by Eryk Pruitt, this issue has a little something for everyone: Work out your drugged-out marital problems and feed your family from the East Texas countryside in Eryk Pruitt's "The Deplorables.Find out if you're being detained, and what depraved results the answer might hold in Kevin Z. Garvey's "Good Cop Bad Cop."Reach for the sky and fall through the floor in Max Booth III's "Below the Angels."Can you escape a schmuck's fate in Dennis Day's throwback historical noir story "Schmuck?"Help your new college bestie murder a New Orleans local "god" in Nina Mansfield's "Gods and Virgins in the Big Easy."Think twice before you front on an old schooler in S.A. Cosby's "Slit the Belly."Take in the beard cream smell while you take down some skinny jeans in Travis Richardson's "Hipster Pantsin'."Show off your new racist jail tat while you dredge up demons from the past in Paul Heatley's "The Whitest Boy on the Block."Get your trap music murder on in Allen Griffin's "Dirty South of Heaven.""Take down career criminals and the ghosts from your past in David A. Anthony's "The Contractors."

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                    Shoreline of Infinity: Shoreline of Infinity 4: Science Fiction Magazine (Paperback)

                    Shoreline of Infinity: Shoreline of Infinity 4: Science Fiction Magazine (Paperback)

                    A Summer Special of Science Fiction. We have some great new stories, interviews with Ken MacLeod and Tricia Sullivan, a new column by BSFA award winning writer Ruth EJ Booth, poetry from Shelly Bryant and Benjamin Dodds. We have a fine selection of book reviews, a fresh Beachcomber, and our journey through classic Scottish science fiction continues with Lewis Grassic Gibbon. Stories Senseless--Gary Gibson The Stilt Men of the Lunar Swamps--Andrew J Wilson Model Organisms-Caroline Grebbell From the Closet--Robert Neilson Note to Self--Michael Stroh geefourdotalpha--Clive Tern Well Enough Alone--Holly Schofield Gay Hunter (sample chapter)-- J Leslie Mitchell (Lewis Grassic Gibbon) SF Poetry by Shelly Bryant and Benjamin Dodds Noise and Sparks, Ruth EJ Booth Book Reviews The Corporation Wars: Dissidence, Ken Macleod Central Station, Lavie Tidhar Children of Earth and Sky, Guy Gavriel Kay Ninefox Gambit, Yoon Ha Lee Winter, Dan Grace Tracer, Rob Boffard SF Caledonia by Monica Burns on Lewis Grassic Gibbon Parabolic Puzzles.

                      A Summer Special of Science Fiction. We have some great new stories, interviews with Ken MacLeod and Tricia Sullivan, a new column by BSFA award winning writer Ruth EJ Booth, poetry from Shelly Bryant and Benjamin Dodds. We have a fine selection of book reviews, a fresh Beachcomber, and our journey through classic Scottish science fiction continues with Lewis Grassic Gibbon. Stories Senseless--Gary Gibson The Stilt Men of the Lunar Swamps--Andrew J Wilson Model Organisms-Caroline Grebbell From the Closet--Robert Neilson Note to Self--Michael Stroh geefourdotalpha--Clive Tern Well Enough Alone--Holly Schofield Gay Hunter (sample chapter)-- J Leslie Mitchell (Lewis Grassic Gibbon) SF Poetry by Shelly Bryant and Benjamin Dodds Noise and Sparks, Ruth EJ Booth Book Reviews The Corporation Wars: Dissidence, Ken Macleod Central Station, Lavie Tidhar Children of Earth and Sky, Guy Gavriel Kay Ninefox Gambit, Yoon Ha Lee Winter, Dan Grace Tracer, Rob Boffard SF Caledonia by Monica Burns on Lewis Grassic Gibbon Parabolic Puzzles.
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