The Case of the Tattooed Redhead
An Exercise in Pace
Peter Hobb Finds a Gun.
A Belly Full of Bullets
Jim Norman is a member of Mystery Writers of America and a recovering lawyer. His previous mystery publication credits include the novel Not A Pretty Picture and the short stories “Everybody’s Looking for José” (which received a MWA award) and the recent “Picked Red Herring.” He can be found on Twitter: @WriteNowJim.
E.S. Cooper is currently writing a fairy tale novel when she’s not dabbling in short stories. Catch up with her via her blog booksonblondes.wordpress.com
G. Solano, a voracious reader, translator, and writer, has published short stories on Spanish-language literary websites such as letralia.com, artgerust.com, and elescriba.com, and has recently taken a wider interest in writing in English and French.
David James lives and works in Derbyshire. His work has won second place in a short story competition run by the UK-based magazine Writer’s Forum.
Arthur Davis is a management consultant who has been quoted in The New York Times and Crain’s New York Business and interviewed on New York TV News Channel 1. He has taught at the New School University, lectures on leadership skills for CEOs, and has given testimony as an expert on best practices before United States Senator John McCain’s investigating committee on boxing reform. He has written 11 novels and over 130 short stories, more than 50 of which have been published in 35 magazines online and in print. His story “Roy’s Desert Motel” was published by The Amsterdam Quarterly (the Netherlands) in September 2014. The editors of Calliope, the official publication of the Writers’ Special Interest Group of American Mensa, Ltd., nominated his story “Conversation in Black” for the 2015 Pushcart Prize. More information on Arthur’s work is available at www.talesofourtime.com.
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