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The Finest in Crime and Suspense Short Fiction

The Lineup

Authors In This Issue

Kevin Egan’s three courthouse thrillers, including the Kirkus Reviews Best Book Midnight, are now available from Open Road.

The Chronicles of Owen Keane, a collection of short fiction featuring Terence Faherty’s failed seminarian turned amateur sleuth, is out from The Gisbourne Press.

Death at a Wedding, a new Jacob and Miriam novel by English, US–based author Richard Freeborn, was published in February 2024.

Freelance author LaToya Jovena’s short fiction also appears in EQMM and The Best American Mystery and Suspense 2022.

Robert Lopresti, author of over 100 stories, blogs at SleuthSayers and Little Big Crimes.

Retired editorial professional at NC State University, Chris Muessig’s work has also been published in EQMM and Best American Mystery Stories.

Michael Nethercott is the author of the O’Nelligan/Plunkett mystery series and the Western novel The Ballad of Black Powder (Wheeler Publishing).

Savio Pham attended the MFA program at City College of New York. His first story was published in EQMM last year.

Edgar Award winner and playwright Gary Earl Ross is a University at Buffalo professor emeritus and the author of the Gideon Rimes series.

John Paxton Sheriff has written numerous Western and crime
novels as well as several nonfiction titles on the craft of writing.

Texas author Mark Thielman blogs at

Japan-based author Chad Valentine’s Tales from the Martian Principate is available now.

Sick To Death, the latest novel in Andrew Welsh-Huggins’s Andy Hayes private eye series, arrives in September (Ohio University Press).

Dave Zeltserman’s most recent collection, Detectives and Spies, contains a new Morris Brick story (“James & Bond”).

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