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Mystery Tribune Issue Nº7 - Fall 2018 - cover

Mystery Tribune Issue Nº7 - Fall 2018

Reed Farrel Coleman, Ragnar Jónasson, Charles Salzberg, Justin Bendell, Michael Anthony, Alison Preston, Lance Mason, Joe De Quattro, Bern Sy Moss, Michael Smith, Richard Risemberg

Publisher: Mystery Tribune

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Summary

Our 240 page Fall 2018 issue of Mystery Tribune is a must-have! This volume features must-read short fiction by the acclaimed author Reed Farrel Coleman and Scandinavian author Ragnar Jónasson.
 
A curated collection of photography from European and North American artists, interview with award winning Max Allan Collins on noir comics novel “The Night I Died”, and some of the best voices in mystery and suspense are among the other highlights.
 
Issue Nº7, Fall 2018 features: 
 
Stories by Reed Farrel Coleman, Ragnar Jónasson, Charles Salzberg, Justin Bendell, Michael Anthony, Alison Preston, Lance Mason, Joe De Quattro, Bern Sy Moss, Michael Smith, and Richard Risemberg.
 
A close and personal essay by Hector Acosta on the presence of Latin authors in crime fiction
 
Interviews and Reviews by Max Allan Collins, Cara Hunter, Charles Perry and Nick Kolakowski.
 
Art and Photography by Patty Maher, Nathan Colantonio, Linda Kristiansen, Philip Kanwischer, and Milica Staletovic.
 
An elegantly crafted quarterly issue, printed on uncoated paper and with a beautiful layout designed for optimal reading experience, our Fall 2018 issue will make a perfect companion or gift for avid mystery readers and fans of literary crime fiction.

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