Sunday, April 26, 2020

A Short Walk Down A Dark Street: Issue 101

As posted by Peter DiChellis to our list…

This week’s blog lauds short mystery and crime fiction with links to a crime-infested crush of reviews, releases, free reads, and more.
Includes: The Dark City Crime & Mystery Magazine posted all five stories from its April 2020 issue, free to read.
Also free to read: the anthology 101 Great Thriller Short Stories is free on Kindle.
Plus: Occult Detective Magazine is open for submissions until June 5. Check out the details. (And for the editor’s views on submissions, writing, and rejections you can click back to Short walk #62.)
And—a review of a “very entertaining” private eye anthology without a “weak tale” anywhere in it.
Also, a thoughtful essay— what will happen to public libraries, even after the pandemic?
A short walk down a dark street (#101). Celebrating short mystery and crime fiction.

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