SHORT STORIES in good books to read

THE SHARPENED QUILL

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Edited by Steven Schwartz, forward by James Sallis with illustrations by Jacinda Power, this collection of 23 contributions from 11 different writers bring fresh new voices showing various forms of the genre from crime to fantasy to romance. This includes 

Timothy W. Moore's

"FIERY TEMPERS"

A jealous woman commits arsons in 1934 Tucson, leading to murder and the arrest of John Dillinger.

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Other authors with good books to read five from Sisters in Crime include:  Kurt Reichenbaugh, Robert Anglen, Merle McCann, Clark Lohr, Kevin Lynn Helmick, Scott McDonald, Karen Renner, Jacinda Power and Jeff Kronenfeld writing as Brian Black and 

Steven Shadow 

Cover and book design is by  Scott Carpenter of Cold Forge Press. 

 

SoWest: KILLER NIGHTS

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Desert Sleuths Chapter of Sisters in Crime offer 20 tales in the latest edition of their award-winning anthology series covering subjects that occur in the Arizona: drug smuggling from Mexico, terrorist bomb threats, vigilante killing, human trafficking, serial killers, domestic abuse, sex crimes and dementia. This includes 

Timothy W. Moore’s

“DOMESTIC CONSEQUENCES” 

A domestic abuser who gets what’s coming to him.

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  Other authors with short stories and also have good books to read include: Shannon Baker, Mary Ball, Rebecca Boschee, Bill Butler, Meg E. Dobson, Wendy Fallon, Suzanne Flaig, Connie Flynn, Deborah J. Ledford, Sharon Lynn, Merle McCann, Kathy McIntosh, Dan McNeely, LaDonna, Ockinga, R.K. Olson, Judy Starbuck, 

Kari Wainwright and Joanne Zeterberg