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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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Finest Sh*t!, the new book by Nick Kolakowski, is more than just a crime fiction short story collection. Its tales […]

The post Must-Read Book Excerpt: Finest Sh*t! By Nick Kolakowski appeared first on MysteryTribune.

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Robert W. Fieseler is an award-winning journalist and nonfiction author who currently splits his time between Boston and New Orleans. […]

The post Must-read True Crime Book Excerpt: “Tinderbox” By Robert W. Fieseler appeared first on MysteryTribune.

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Paul Kindlon has published a growing collection of short stories and flash fiction, 9 poems, 30 polemics, a brief Memoir […]

The post “Agenbite Of Inwit”: Literary Noir Flash Fiction By Paul Kindlon appeared first on MysteryTribune.

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One of the first things to become apparent while reading Katrina Carrasco’s debut novel The Very Best Bad Things is […]

The post Katrina Carrasco’s Debut Effortlessly Mixes Multiple Genres appeared first on MysteryTribune.

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Michael Niemann grew up in a small town in Germany, ten kilometers from the Dutch border. Crossing that border often […]

The post Thriller Book Excerpt: No Right Way By Michael Niemann appeared first on MysteryTribune.

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In January, Pegasus Books announced that it had paired with Otto Penzler (founder of The Mysterious Press) to launch a […]

The post Pegasus Books, Scarlet, And The Incredible Disappearing Male Authors appeared first on MysteryTribune.

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