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MURDER ON WHEELS by the Austin Mystery Writers
The eleven stories in Murder on Wheels put the pedal to the floor and never let up! Whether by bus, car, tractor, or bike, you'll be carried along at a breakneck pace by the talented Austin Mystery Writers. These eight authors transport you from an eighteenth-century sailing ship to the open roads of modern Texas, from Alice's Wonderland to a schoolbus yard in the suburbs of Dallas. Grab your book, hold on to your hat, and come along for the ride!
by Wildside Press, edited by Ramona DeFelice Long, Apr 2015
Kaye's stories: "Wheels on the Bus: and "Have a Nice Trip"
THE UNTREED DETECTIVES
Sleuth...private investigator...detective. Many names for the same job, but the role itself comes in all shapes and sizes.
Presenting a variety of detectives, culled from the various novels both published and distributed by Untreed Reads. Whether it's a gritty clown or a children's book author, a pig or an invetigator of crimes in the nursery rhyme universe, you'll discover a wide variety of short mysteries here from both best-selling authors and fresh voices.
Kaye's story: "Immy Goes to the Dogs", a story from Imogene Duckworthy's childhood
Dark Valentine Press presents Nightfalls: Notes from the end of the world, a charity anthology in which twenty-nine writers from three different countries present their unique visions of the end of the world in half a dozen genres. These short stories run the gamut from hilarious to heart-breaking, with stops at all the emotions in between.
Kaye's story: "The Last Wave"
Stories with a fishy/water theme from the Guppies! Check out Kaye's story, "The Truck Contest", set in Minnesota. Come on in, the water's fine. But be careful, or you might find yourself sleeping with the fishes. Amazon link here.
HE HAD IT COMING
Eight tales of revenge by woman. Available at Amazon Kindle.
GRIMM TALES is full of fairy tales rewritten for adults. A fun read! Available wherever digital books are sold, and at the publisher, Untreed Reads.
Here's a bit about it:
Grimm Tales is a collection of stories by some of the top names in online crime fiction, all based on classic fairy tales. As novelist Ken Bruen writes in his introduction, "Ever imagined what would have come down the dark pike if The Brothers Grimm were more Brothers Coen and wrote mystery?" The collection is edited by John Kenyon, editor of Grift magazine, and contains 17 stories by Patricia Abbott, Absolutely*Kate, Jack Bates, Eric Beetner, Nigel Bird, Loren Eaton, Kaye George, Blu Gilliand, Seana Graham, Eirik Gumeny, R.L. Kelstrom, John Kenyon, BV Lawson, Evan Lewis, B. Nagel, Sean Patrick Reardon and Sandra Seamans.ALL THINGS DARK AND DASTARDLY, by three Austin area writers, is a mix of genres, but all border on horror.
Or buy the paperback at Amazon.
"Rough cut gems that twinkle darkly"
- Jack Bates, Derringer Nominee
"Keep an eye on these authors. You'll be seeing their names
for a long time to come."
- AJ Hayes, Featured author in the
noir anthology, Pulp Ink