Retired teacher Carol Cail is the author of His Horror the Mayor (Deadly Alibi). Her stories appear in EQMM, Murderous Intent, Cemetery Dance, and elsewhere.
Texan Anna Castle writes the Francis Bacon (see Publish and Perish) and Lost Hat, Texas (see Flash Memory) mystery series. Her novel Death by Disputation won the 2015 Chaucer Awards First in Category award.
“Happy Families” by South Dakota author Eve Fisher appeared in the 9-10/17 issue.
S. L. Franklin is the author of twelve Carr Detective novels, including Culs-de-Sac, available in paperback and e-format (Amazon).
Robert C. Hahn, former head of the University of Missouri Journalism Library, has reviewed mystery and suspense novels for more than 30 years.
The Double-A Western Detective Agency, the sixth book in Steve Hockensmith’s Holmes on the Range series, will be available this spring.
Tara Laskowski’s Bystanders won the 2017 Balcones Fiction Prize. She is the editor of SmokeLong Quarterly.
This is the tenth Holiday Burglar tale by R. T. Lawton.
Robert S. Levinson is the author of the Shamus-nominated The Stardom Affair (Five Star, 2016).
Robert Lopresti is the author of the novel Greenfellas (Oaktree Press) and the nonfiction When Women Didn’t Count (Praeger).
Susan Oleksiw’s latest Anita Ray novel is When Krishna Calls (Five Star).
William Dylan Powell is the author of Untimely Demise: A Miscellany of Murder (Cider Mill).
Gilbert M. Stack’s Pandora Parson first appeared in AHMM in 2006.
In 2017, B. K. Stevens’s “The Last Blue Glass” (4/16) is an Agatha, Derringer, and Anthony finalist.
Native North Carolinian L. A. Wilson, Jr. is the author of Victims. His short fiction appears in Night Terrors and The Edge.