Monday, May 28, 2018

Malice Domestic: Mystery Most Geographical

The 13th anthology produced by Malice Domestic takes the reader on a journey around the world. In Mystery Most Geographical, 30 mystery authors journey to far flung place like Burkina Faso (Edith Maxwell), Hawaii (Eleanor Cawood Jones), Axebury Cove, England (G.M. Malliet)  or Tahiti (Susan Breen). Or another century Washington City 1860 (Verena Rose), Upper New York State in the 1960s (Triss Stein), Pennsylvania coal country in the 1899 (Harriette Sackler), Jamaica (John Gregory Betancourt) or a honeymoon in the Maryland shores (Shawn Reilly Simmons), there's adventure and mayhem aplenty.

Each bite-sized story takes you on a journey into the mysteries many people face around the world. Malice Domestic Mystery Most Geographical is the perfect book for some light beach reading and a just-before-bed quick read. No need to read until the next chapter because each short story is self contained.

The anthology includes a Preface by Nancy Pickard and was published by Wildside Press. The authors and the titles of their stories are list below.

The Barrister's Clerk, by Michael Robertson

The Belle Hope, by Peter DiChellis

Arroyo, by Michael Bracken

Muskeg Man, by Keenan Powell

The End of the World, by Susan Breen

To Protect the Guilty, by Kerry Hammond

Dying in Dokesville, by Alan Orloff

The House in Glamaig's Shadow, by William Burton McCormick

Summer Smugglers, by Triss Stein

The Jamaican Ice Mystery, by John Gregory Betancourt

Death at the Congressional Cemetery, by Verena Rose

Cabin in the Woods, by Sylvia Maultash Warsh

Mad About You, by G. M. Malliet

What Goes Around, by Kathryn Johnson

Summer Job, by Judith Green

Death in a Strange and Beautiful Place, by Leslie Wheeler

We Shall Fight Them, by Carla Coupe

Marigold in the Lake, by Susan Thibadeau

Murder on the Northern Lights Express, by Susan Daly

Czech Mate, by Kristin Kisska

Keep Calm and Love Moai, by Eleanor Cawood Jones

Isaac's Daughters, by Anita Page

A Divination of Death, by Edith Maxwell

Payback With Interest, by Cheryl Marceau

Island Time, by Laura Oles

If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Murder, by Josh Pachter

The Breaker Boy, by Harriette Sackler

Death on the Beach, by Shawn Reilly Simmons

Ridgeline, by Peter W. J. Hayes

Ho'oponopono, by Robin Templeton

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