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I blogged the other day at "Something's Going to Happen," the official blog for the Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine. My topic? My love affair with England. It's called "When Bob's Your Uncle."
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"The Oxford Tarts" in EQMM
My short story appears in the current issue of EQMM. From their Mystery Place website:
"Murder, mayhem, and mystery appear to be occupational hazards in EQMM’s March/April 2017 issue. Doctors are enlisted in the body-counting in Andrew Klavan’s post-WWI psychological thriller “All Our Yesterdays” and in Robert Shepherd’s clever “Just Below the Surface” (Department of First Stories). Environmental scientists assist in “Oh, Give Me a Home” by Gerald Elias, and an academic tackles a poisoning in G.M. Malliet’s “The Oxford Tarts.” At another table, a romantic meal is disrupted by violence in “Le Bernadin,” Alaric Hunt’s hardboiled EQMM debut."
The issue has even more stories from Carl Robinette, Tim L. Williams, O.A. Tynan, Beatrix Kramlovsky, William Dylan Powell, Dave Zeltserman, Peter Tremayne, Charlie Hughes, Judith Cutler, Antony Mann, Bill Pronzini, and Cath Staincliffe.
You can read the full description here.
At the Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine blog yesterday, I wrote about being a stranger in a strange land (the UK). My short story, "The Oxford Tarts," is appearing in the March/April issue of their magazine. The setting is (no surprise here) Oxford, England, UK. The time period is the early 20th century. It's a departure for me to write an historical story, but that is what suited this particular case of detection. I hope you seek out the story (subscribe for home delivery, ask your librarian, or buy a copy in bookstores). For "The Oxford Tarts" and a ton of great reads in this issue.
.Agatha Award-winning author of the DCI St. Just mysteries, Max Tudor mysteries, standalone suspense novel WEYCOMBE, Augusta Hawke mysteries, and dozens of short stories. Books offered in all formats, including large print, e-Book, and audio.