Vampires, G-Men, and Other Creatures
I haven’t posted the new stories available in electronic editions in almost a week, so here they are. I’m listing the three easy access sites. It takes 6 weeks to reach the other sites like iBook, but eventually they will be on those sites as well.
A Shamus Award nominee. Pita Cardena runs a very small law firm that is suffocating under a very big cast–until she makes a discovery.
The most picked on girl in school has a nightmare about one of the cool kids. No problem, except that the nightmare might be a vision that he’s trying to kill people. Who will believe her?
Nominated for the Sidewise Award for Best Alternate History, “G-Men” also got chosen for two year’s best collections–one in mystery and one in science fiction. What would have happened if J. Edgar Hoover got murdered in 1964?
Dusty cleans crime scenes, and the one she can’t forget is at the Moorhead House. Did she–and the police–misinterpret what happened there? Voted one of the top ten stories of the year by readers of Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine.
Do politics and vampires mix? Especially when there’s a cover-up, a madam, and some shady goings-on? That’s for Reese, a political fixer, to decide. Quickly. Before something else goes wrong.