Sunday, November 17, 2019

SMFS Members Published in The Eyes of Texas: Private Eyes from the Panhandle to the Piney Woods

Several SMFS list members are published in the new anthology, The Eyes of Texas: Private Eyes from the Panhandle to the Piney Woods. Edited by SMFS list member Michael Bracken, the anthology is published by Down & Out Books. Published in print and digital formats, the read is available at the publisher, Amazon, and other vendors. The SMFS list members in the book are:

John M. Floyd with “Triangles.”

Debra H. Goldstein with “Harvey and the Redhead.”

Sandra Murphy with “Lucy’s Tree.”

Josh Pachter with “The Yellow Rose of Texas.”


Texas has it all, from bustling big cities to sleepy small towns, and law enforcement alone can’t solve every crime. That’s where private eyes come in. They take the cases law enforcement can’t—or won’t. Private eyes may walk the mean streets of Dallas and Houston, but they also stroll through small West Texas towns where the secrets are sometimes more dangerous. Whether driving a Mustang or riding a Mustang, a private eye in Texas is unlike any other in the world.

The Eyes of Texas features seventeen original tales of Lone Star State private eyes from Trey R. Barker, Chuck Brownman, Michael Chandos, John M. Floyd, Debra H. Goldstein, James A. Hearn, Richard Helms, Robert S. Levinson, Scott Montgomery, Sandra Murphy, Josh Pachter, Michael Pool, Graham Powell, William Dylan Powell, Stephen D. Rogers, Mark Troy, and Bev Vincent.

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