Thursday, October 1, 2020

SMFS Members Published in Ellen Hart Presents Malice Domestic: Mystery Most Theatrical

Numerous SMFS list members are published in the new anthology, Ellen Hart Presents Malice Domestic: Mystery Most Theatrical. Published by Wildside Press, this is the fifteenth anthology and is available from the publisher, Amazon, and other vendors. The members in this anthology are:



Micki Browning with “It’s Not O.K. Corral.”

Karen Chantwell with “Mary Alice Imagines Her Life as a Movie.”

R. M. Chastleton with “The Ghost of Hamnet.”

Margaret Lucke with “This With a Kiss.”

Cheryl Marceau with “The Mask.”

Adam Meyer with “True Crime.”

Michele Bazan Reed with “The Ghost in Balcony B.”

Raquel R. V. Reyes with “A Star Goes Dark.”

Merrilee Robson with “Not Your Lolita.”

Elaine Togneri with “Five Words.” 



The Malice Domestic anthology series returns with a new take on mysteries in the Agatha Christie tradition--original tales with a theatrical bent! Included are:


The Rock Star, by Frances Aylor

Perfectly Awry, by Anne Louise Bannon

The Ghost in Balcony B, by Michele Bazan Reed

Drama-Rama Flip Flop, by Cindy Brown

It's Not O.K. Corral, by M. E. Browning

Mary-Alice Imagines Her Life as a Movie, by Karen Cantwell

The Ghost of Hamnet, by R. M. Chastleton

When the Wind is Southerly, by Leone Ciporin

Raising Cain, by Carla Coupe

Death of Another Hero, by Susan Daly

The Stars Are Fire, by Phillip DePoy

Death Plays the Palace, by Margaret Dumas

The Homicidal Understudy, by Elizabeth Elwood

No Final Act, by Daryl Wood Gerber

Deus Ex Machina, by B. J. Graf

The Nine Deaths in Hamlet?, by A. P. Jamison

Heat Wave, by Maureen Jennings

Thus With a Kiss, by Margaret Lucke

Such Tricks As These, by Jaquelyn Lyman-Thomas

Final Curtain, by Sharon Lynn

The Mask, by Cheryl Marceau

The Ultimate Tie-Breaker, by Deborah Maxey

True Crime, by Adam Meyer

A Star Goes Dark, by Raquel V. Reyes

Not Your Lolita, by Merrilee Robson

A Death in Shubert Alley, by Lee Sauer

Dance on Fire, by Shawn Reilly Simmons

Missed Cue, by Lynn Slaughter

You Know How Actresses Are, by C. M. Surrisi

Five Words, by Elaine Togneri

Ask Fred the Usher, by Arthur Vidro

Death Takes a Bow, by Mo Walsh

Deal With the Devil, by James Lincoln Warren

Method for Murder, by Carol L. Wright


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