Great Crime Fiction
The Runabout in Asimov’s
I have a novelette, a short story, and an essay in this issue. Or rather Rusch has a novelette and an essay, and Kristine Grayson has a short story. Check it all out online for free or pick up a paper copy by clicking this link.
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A New Uncollected Story
Little Green Men…Attack!
Some humor about aliens to lighten your mood. My story in this volume, "Little Green (Wo)men," should make you chuckle. Click here for more information.
A New Kris Nelscott Short Story
My latest Kris Nelscott short story, "Still Life 1931" appears here, alongside some amazing names. This stunning collection, based on the work of Edward Hopper, is available in ebook, but I recommend the hardcover, just because it's so pretty. The art is reproduced throughout. Here's the Amazon link, but you can get the book anywhere.
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Best Mystery Stories of The Year!
"The heroine of Kristine Kathryn Rusch’s 'Christmas Eve at the Exit' struggles to make the holiday meaningful for her 10-year-old daughter while the pair are on the run....There isn’t enough Xanax in anyone’s medicine cabinet to calm the jitters these 20 skillful stories will unleash on a worried world." —Kirkus
The Year’s Best Novellas
I am honored to announce that Paula Guran chose my novella "Inhuman Garbage" as one of the best novellas of the year. To order some wonderful novellas, click on this sentence.
The Year’s Best Science Fiction
I am honored to announce that Gardner Dozois chose my novella "Inhuman Garbage" as one of the best science fiction stories of the year. To order the novella and some wonderful fiction, click on this sentence.
The latest Diving novel. This one gives you background about sector bases, as well as a murder mystery. Enjoy! Find out more by clicking on this sentence.