Connecticut author and former librarian James R. Benn is the author of the Billy Boyle WWII mystery series (see Road of Bones, September 2021, Soho).
John C. Boland’s most recent novel is Suppose There Is Nothing, as by James L. Ross (Perfect Crime, 2017).
A tale by Michael Bracken appears in The Mysterious Bookshop Presents the Best Mystery Stories of the Year: 2021.
Peter Colt’s latest Andy Roarke novel—Back Bay Blues—will be available in paperback this month from Kensington.
Laurel Flores Fantauzzo’s latest novel is My Heart Underwater (HarperCollins).
This is Wayne J. Gardiner’s tenth appearance in AHMM.
At release time, Barb Goffman is nominated for the Agatha, Anthony, and Macavity Awards for Best Short Story.
Attorney and author James A. Hearn’s work appears in Mickey Finn and elsewhere and is forthcoming in Black Cat Mystery Magazine.
R. T. Lawton’s short stories appear or are forthcoming in Mystery Weekly Magazine and its upcoming anthology Die Laughing.
A veteran police detective, Lee Lofland is the publisher at New Arc Books, an imprint of Level Best Books.
Robert Lopresti is the current president of the Short Mystery Fiction Society.
Eric Ruark is the author of Murder Beyond the Milky Way.
New York-based author Tom Savage is the author of twelve novels (see Valentine, Little, Brown).
Hemingway Foundation finalist Floyd Sullivan’s first Rick Peters novel, Bad Exposure, will be published in early 2022 (Amika Press).
Mark Thielman is a Texas author and criminal magistrate.
Atlanta-based writer L. A. Wilson, Jr. is the author of the novels Tu Do and The Alpha Factor as well as a short-story collection.