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Online Magazine for Mystery and Suspense
Online Magazine for Mystery and Suspense

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Raymond Chandler, without a doubt is one of the pioneering figure responsible for the progress of hard-boiled crime in the 20th century. In addition to what authors such as Dashiell Hammett had created he added a literary angle to it, polished it and gave…

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Where All Light Tends to Go, the debut novel of David Joy, garnered widespread acclaim among critics, who deemed the literary crime novel a “beautiful, brutal book” and “remarkable”. Evoking comparisons to the work of such luminaries of Southern fiction…

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In A Fatal Twist, Tracy Weber takes readers on a rollercoaster ride which is filled with witty language and humor. This is a cozy mystery featuring yoga instructor Kate Davidson whose life takes a chaotic turn when she agrees to be the doula for her…

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Milan Carnansky, the 57 years old photographer and writer is from a city called Spisska Nova Ves in Slovakia. He remembers his childhood and the time he spent with his father vividly: “My father was an amateur…

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Charlie Fish is a popular short story writer and screenwriter whose short stories have been published in several countries and inspired dozens of short film adaptations. Since 1996, he has been an editor of Fiction on the Web, the longest-running short…

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When alive, Gregory Mcdonald delighted mystery readers over and over with his Fletch series featuring the unforgettable journalist and ex-marine who was always caught up with something big. Besides Fletch novels, he penned 15 other works of mystery and…

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Fans of Scandinavian crime fiction are always on the hunt for new authors and that’s part of the reason why Jorgen Brekke books are becoming increasingly popular. Another reason is because he is good! Jørgen Brekke was born on April 26, 1968 in Horten,…

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Fourteen authors have made it onto the longlist for the 2017 Sunday Times Short Story Award. The shortlist of six will be announced on March 19, and the winner will be announced at Stationers’ Hall in London on April 27. The Sunday Times EFG Short Story…

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Ryan David Jahn is one of those rare authors who has kept his standard of writing high from the beginning: His debut work, Good Neighbors, went on to win the Crime Writers’ Association John Creasey Dagger. And his following works were also praised widely…

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Ernest William Hornung (1866 – 1921), better known as E. W. Hornung, was an English author and poet known for writing the A. J. Raffles series of stories about a gentleman thief in late 19th-century London. Hornung was educated at Uppingham School; as a…
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