John H. Dirckx’s recent short mystery fiction apears in EQMM.
The Cornwalls Are Gone by Brendan DuBois and James Patterson is due out next spring. He is currently a Shamus Award nominee (“Random Nature,” AHMM, 1-2/17).
The Ballad of Black Bart (Forge, 2017) by Loren D. Estleman was named Best Fiction by True West Magazine in Best of the West 2018.
Robert C. Hahn is the former book editor for the Cincinnati Post.
Tom Larsen’s P.I. Wilson Salinas last appeared in “Los Cantantes de Karaoke” (AHMM, 3–4/18), the author’s first published mystery story.
New work by Janice Law appeared recently or is forthcoming in EQMM and Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine.
9 Deadly Tales and other collections by R. T. Lawton are now available (Amazon, Smashwords).
Upstate New York writer Dennis McFadden’s collection Jimtown Road won the 2016 Press 53 Award for Short Fiction.
Kristine Kathryn Rusch is the author of the Retrieval Artist and Diving series, among many others.
The Devil and the Deep Blue Spy—the fourth title in Tom Savage’s Nora Baron thriller series—will be published by Penguin Random House/Alibi in January 2019.
Writer and lecturer Marianne Wilski Strong’s “Louisa and the Silver Buckle” can be found in the 9–10/16 issue of AHMM.
Two-time Black Orchid Novella Award winner Mark Thielman blogs at http://murder-books.com.
James Lincoln Warren last appeared in AHMM in 1–2/18 (“The Chinese Dog Mystery”).
High-school English teacher Matthew Wilson’s first short story appeared in EQMM in January 2018. He spent six years in the late 1970s in Bad Kissingen, Germany, and now lives in Portland.