Tuesday, June 18, 2019

SMFS Members Published in The Best Laid Plans: 21 stories of mystery and suspense


A number of SMFS list members have stories the anthology, The Best Laid Plans: 21 Stories Of Mystery & Suspense published today by Superior Shores Press. Edited by SMFS list member Judy Penz Sheluk, the anthology is available in print and digital formats from Amazon and ither vendors. The SMFS list members in this anthology are:

Tom Barlow with “Heirloom.”

Peter DiChellis with “Callingdon Mountain.”

Lesley A. Diehl with “Lunch Break.”

C.C. Guthrie with “A Sure Thing.”

V. S. Kemanis with “Sucker Punch.”

Lisa Lieberman with ““Better Dead Then Redhead.”

LD Masterson with “Deadly Dinner.”

Edith Maxwell with “The Stonecutter.”

Rosemary McCracken with in “The Sweetheart Scamster.”

Lisa De Nikolits with “Fire Drill.”

KM Rockwood with “Frozen Daiquiris.”  

Peggy Rothschild with “The Cookie Crumbles.”

Judy Penz Sheluk  with “Plan D.”

Vicki Weisfeld with “Who They Are Now.”

Amazon Synopsis:

Whether it's a subway station in Norway, ski resort in Vermont, McMansion in the suburbs, or trendy art gallery in Toronto, the 21 authors represented in this superb collection of mystery and suspense interpret the overarching theme of the best-laid plans in their own inimitable style. And like many best-laid plans, they come with no guarantees.
Stories by Tom Barlow, Susan Daly, Lisa de Nikolits, P.A. De Voe, Peter DiChellis, Lesley A. Diehl, Mary Dutta, C.C. Guthrie, William Kamowski, V.S. Kemanis, Lisa 

4 comments:

Judy Penz Sheluk said...

Thank you!

Pam De Voe said...

Hi, Kevin. Just to let you know, I am also a proud (albeit rather quiet) member of the Short Mystery Fiction Society and have a short story in this wonderful collection.
Thanks for the heads up to mystery readers about The Best Laid Plans anthology! It is loaded with fun stories.

KM Rockwood said...

Quite a task, Kevin. You have done a great job of tweaking intrigue without any spoilers!

This is my 2nd attempt at posting a comment.

KM Rockwood

Edith Maxwell said...

Thanks, Kevin! I'm delighted to be in such stellar company.