Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, April 2010 [Kindle Compatible (MOBI)]
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Description: A few months ago I was able to bring you the happy news that Dick Stodghill's story "Panic on Portage Path" (January/February 2008) was among our nominees for a Shamus Award for Best Private Eye Short Story. This month I am saddened to bring you news of his death on November 8, 2009. He was eighty-four years old and had written for Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine for thirty years. He was also an award-winning journalist, a former Pinkerton detective, and a World War II veteran, which he wrote about in his memoir Normandy 1944: A Young Rifleman's War. He will be greatly missed.
We will also miss two novelists who died earlier this year, who not only gave us fine mysteries but were generous to their up-and-coming peers in many ways: William G. Tapply and Stuart M. Kaminsky. This month our Booked & Printed columnist Robert C. Hahn gives us a retrospective of these two authors.--Linda Landrigan, Editor
Department: EDITOR'S NOTES: MEN OF MYSTERY by Linda Landrigan
Department: THE LINEUP
Fiction: GET SINATRA: A FOUR HORSEMEN STORY by Loren D. Estleman
Fiction: THE ART OF DECEIT by Christopher Welch
Fiction: THIEF IN THE HOUSE by Brendan DuBois
Fiction: BETWEEN MINKHE AND MAYREV by Kenneth Wishnia
Fiction: JANGO SAYS by Mark Patrick Lynch
Fiction: AS THE SCREW TURNS by Shelley Costa
Department: THE MYSTERIOUS CIPHER by by Willie Rose
Department: BOOKED & PRINTED by Robert C. Hahn
Fiction: HIGH FINANCE by Andrei Bhuyan
Department: SOLUTION TO THE MYSTERIOUS CIPHER
Department: COMING IN MAY 2010
eBook Publisher: Dell Magazines, 2010
Fictionwise Kindle eBookstore Release Date: February 2010
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Available eBook Formats [Kindle Compatible (MOBI) - What's this?]: Kindle Compatible (MOBI) [512 KB]
Reading time: 127-178 min.
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