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A Short Story of Love, Loss, and Murder(?)

She walked up the steps of her apartment one last time, and felt in her pocket for her key. She thought of kissing the key goodbye—a silly gesture to be sure—and felt self-conscious even though the cabbie wasn’t paying the least bit of attention and no one else was around.

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Ellery Queen Story Out on Newsstands Now

Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine has published my story in their December 2015 issue. In “Open-Ended,” a recent widow sets off on a cross-country train voyage. The issue includes a reader’s ballot, so you can cast a vote for my story as a reader’s favorite – if you so choose! 84 more words

Going Down Slow

Previous only available in print as an “extra” in some limited editions of Darkness, Darkness, the most recent Charlie Resnick short story, Going Down Slow… 117 more words


Best Short Agatha Nominees on Ideas

Edith, north of Boston, wondering if we’ll ever see bare ground again.

I am so delighted to be one of this years nominees for the Agatha Award for Best Short Story. 1,318 more words

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Os Gatos e o Crime - 3

Prosseguimos gostosamente a publicação desta série, repescada (com alguns aditamentos) dos arquivos de Gatos, Gatinhos e Gatarrões, blogue orientado por Catherine Labey.

Célebre solucionador de enigmas, o próprio… 865 more words

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How I Got Published: Rob Brunet

Rob Brunet’s 2014 debut, STINKING RICH, asks What could possibly go wrong when bikers hire a high school dropout to tend a barn full of high-grade marijuana? 605 more words
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Resnick: US Publication

Here I am, allowing myself more than a small cheer to celebrate the fact that the 12th and final (yes, that’s right) Resnick novel, Darkness, Darkness… 99 more words

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