Find out in my new story, “Something Like Happiness,” in the current issue of Mystery Magazine!
I’m excited to announce the release of this story, a thrilling adventure set against the backdrop of one of the darkest periods in human history – the rise of Hitler and the tyrannical Nazi regime.
Published exclusively in the current issue of Mystery Magazine, this cunningly crafted story puts together a team of misfits faced with a daring mission – and an unexpected outcome.
As the suspenseful plot unravels, readers will be absorbed in a world where honor, loyalty, and treachery dance on a razor’s edge.
But wait…there’s more
Mine is not the only thrilling story in the issue. Here’s what the publisher has to say:
In our cover story, “Jake Brown’s Anomalies” by Arend Smits: In his small Nebraska town, Jake Brown sits on his porch and watches the world go by. When he begins to notice anomalies in the passing scene, though, his observations lead to the solution to multiple murders. …
“Spinning Monkey Thriller” by Martin Hill Ortiz: While awaiting his assignment, a hitman has a potentially life-changing encounter.
“Something Like Happiness” by Joslyn Chase: In 1925 Bavaria, Rein Werner seizes a chance to avenge his brother’s death and sabotage a corrupt Third Reich official rising to power. He puts together a crack team of criminals to make it happen.
In “What The Boy Said” by Wynn Quon, two partners-in-crime are angling for their next assignment. Their rich client is supposed to meet them but why hasn’t she shown up?
In “Freezer Burn” by April Kelly, two larcenous country boys find out the hard way that there are cold cases and then there are—
“The Good Neighbor” by Martin Rosenstock: Sitting in a Berlin café, an American tourist sees a woman he knew years ago in the Gulf. Back then, she got into trouble with the police and he lied for her, without understanding the cause of her predicament. The mystery is about to be solve
In our You-Solve-It mystery, “Orange Cones And Alibis” by Kate Fellowes, a construction project’s power cut sets the scene for an unlikely burglary. Can you guess who did it?
Kudos for Mystery Magazine
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The magazine covers a wide range of sub-genres and always includes quality fiction, so you’re sure to find plenty to satisfy your craving for mystery.
Please join me in celebrating the release of “Something Like Happiness” in this month’s Mystery Magazine. It’s a story I think you’ll love reading!
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