Fiction River: Past Crime PDF ePub eBook

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Fiction River: Past Crime free pdf Laws change from culture to culture, decade to decade. Strange laws make criminals of ordinary citizens. Like the Massachusetts woman whose brother asks her for help, slave hunters at his heels. Or the Chinese immigrant who finds himself in the middle of a crooked game of Fan Tan. Or the Native American detective searching New York's Stonewall Bar for a ratfink on the night of a world-changing riot. These stories and more prove that once again, Fiction River's crime volumes have, in the words of Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, "high quality throughout." "Meeting the exceptional quality of previous anthologies, this collection contains excellent past crimes short stories." -Futures Mystery Anthology Magazine on Fiction River: Past Crime Table of Contents "Stolen in Passing" by Dory Crowe "Choices" by Laura Ware "The Monster in Our Midst" by Kris Nelscott "The Raiders" by Cat Rambo "The Piper's Plot" by Anthea Lawson "She Walks in Beauty" by Brenda Carre "The Priest Hunter" by Patrick O'Sullivan "The Horns of Hathor" by Richard Quarry "Impressions" by Lisa Silverthorne "An Education for Thursday" by Dean Wesley Smith "New World Gambles" by Leah Cutter "The Bank Teller" by Jamie McNabb "The Curious Case of the Ha'Penny Detective" by Lee Allred "Blood and Lightning on the Newport Highway" by Elizabeth Castle "Deathmobile" by Michele Lang "The Stonewall Rat" by JC Andrijeski

About Fiction River

Fiction River is an original anthology series. Initially, based on the anthology series of old-Universe, Orbit, Pulphouse-Fiction River rapidly evolved into its own entity. Fiction River publishes stories in many genres from all kinds of writers, with New York Times bestselling authors published alongside some of the best new voices in fiction. Fiction River also goes where no anthology series has gone before, with regular audio editions, produced in-house, and ebook and trade paperback volumes that never go out of print. And Fiction River is available in English worldwide.

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Author : Fiction River
Publisher : Wmg Publishing
Data Published : 08 November 2014
ISBN : 1561466069
EAN : 9781561466061
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 304 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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