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Red Metal is the first standalone novel by #1 New York Times bestselling author Mark Greaney and USMC Lt. Col. […]

The post Thriller Excerpt: Red Metal By Mark Greaney And H. Ripley Rawlings appeared first on MysteryTribune.

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Short fiction by Alex Z. Salinas, author of Pepperoni, has appeared in Every Day Fiction, Zero Flash, 101 Words and […]

The post Pepperoni: Literary Crime Flash Fiction By Alex Z. Salinas appeared first on MysteryTribune.

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Andy McDermott’s Wilde/Chase action series is to be adapted for film by Brooklyn-based production company Divine Rights Media, according to […]

The post Andy McDermott’s Wilde/Chase Thrillers To Be Adapted For Film appeared first on MysteryTribune.

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Paul Kindlon, author of Pain Killers, has published a growing collection of short stories and flash fiction, 9 poems, 30 […]

The post Pain Killers: Twisty Crime Flash Fiction By Paul Kindlon appeared first on MysteryTribune.

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Gregg Holtgrewe, the director behind Minnesota Nice, was born in Moorhead, MN. He has been making movies since the age […]

The post Minnesota Nice: Noir Short Film By Gregg Holtgrewe appeared first on MysteryTribune.

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J.B. Stevens lives in the southeastern United States with his wife and daughter. In addition to Mystery Tribune, he’s been […]

The post Dark Crime Short Fiction: Earning By J.B. Stevens appeared first on MysteryTribune.

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Andrew Bourelle is the author of the novel Heavy Metal and coauthor with James Patterson of Texas Ranger. His short […]

The post Thriller Flash Fiction: Three Bullets By Andrew Bourelle appeared first on MysteryTribune.

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It’s been a busy few weeks in crime fiction, to put it mildly. It all started when Netflix released a […]

The post Pegasus Books Kicks Away Scarlet, Capping Busy Weeks in Crime Fiction appeared first on MysteryTribune.

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The angels and elves had stirred up trouble again. It was snowing in San Antonio, coming down hard. It blanketed […]

The post Crime Flash Fiction: Angels and Elves By Alex Z. Salinas appeared first on MysteryTribune.

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A long-running staple of the mystery genre is series that feature real historical figures re-imagined as amateur sleuths. Beatrix Potter, […]

The post The Sewing Circle Mysteries And Marlene Dietrich appeared first on MysteryTribune.

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