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Mystery Tribune Issue Nº4 - Winter 2018 - cover

Mystery Tribune Issue Nº4 - Winter 2018

James Anderson, Sean Phillips, Brendan DuBois, Hugh Fraser, Brian Silverman, David Rachels, Nick Petrie, Mystery Tribune, Dan Fiore, Nick Kolakowski, J. Todd Scott, Rick Geary, Tom Sweterlitsch

Publisher: Mystery Tribune

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Summary

Our 240 page Winter 2018 anniversary issue of Mystery Tribune is a must-have! This volume features short fiction from enduring voices such as Shamus award winner Brendan DuBois to notable literary authors including Dan Fiore.
 
Long-time British actor and author Hugh Fraser whose portrayal of Dr. Hastings in Poirot TV series captured the hearts of many viewers has also written a refreshing story for Mystery Tribune which is included in this collection. 
 
A curated collection of photography from European and American artists, along with interviews with iconic comic illustrator Rick Geary on Billy The Kid, bestselling author Nick Petrie, Noir Comics legend Sean Phillips and some of the best voices in mystery and suspense are among the other highlights. 
 
The issue features:
Stories by Brendan DuBois, J. Todd Scott, Nick Kolakowski, Dan Fiore, Brian Silverman, David Rachels, and Hugh Fraser.
An essay on Psychopaths in crime fiction by Elena Avanzas Alvarez. 
Interviews and Reviews by Rick Geary, Nick Petrie, Tom Sweterlitsch, James Anderson, and Sean Phillips. 
Photography by Małgorzata Sajur (Poland) and Ashley Joncas (U.S.) and more...


 
An elegantly crafted quarterly issue, printed on uncoated paper and with a beautiful layout designed for optimal reading experience, our Winter 2018 issue will make a perfect companion or gift for avid mystery readers and fans of literary crime fiction. 

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