The Interrogator and Other Criminally Good Fiction by Ed Gorman

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Featuring award-winning suspense, thriller, and noir masters like Lee Child, Joyce Carol Oates, David Morrell, Bill Pronzini, Jeffery Deaver, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Max Allan Collins & Mickey Spillane, Tom Piccirilli, Dave Zeltserman, Michael Connelly, and more than a dozen others, this is an anthology not to be missed! Full of nail-biting suspense, jaw-dropping action, and even some heart-wrenching emotional drama, The Interrogator and Other Criminally Good Fiction is just that... criminally good! Table of Contents: "Introduction" by Jon L. Breen "The Interrogator" by David Morrell "The List" by Loren D. Estleman "The Scent of Lilacs" by Doug Allyn "Section 7 (A) Operational" by Lee Child "The Lamb Was Sure to Go" by Gar Anthony Haywood "Luck" by T. Jefferson Parker "The Story of the Stabbing" by Joyce Carol Oates "Trade Secret" by Bill Pronzini "The Plot" by Jeffery Deaver "The Vengeance of Kali" by David Dean "Sometimes You Can't Retire" by Marcia Muller "Clutter" by Martin Edwards "Grave Matter" by Max Allan Collins & Mickey Spillane "Escape from Wolfkill" by Clark Howard "The Performer" by Gary Phillips "Loon Life" by Brendan Du Bois "Winning Ticket" by Christine Matthews "The Movie Game" by Dick Lochte "Sleep, Creep, Leap" by Patricia Abbot "The Girl in the Golden Gown" by Robert S. Levinson "What People Leave Behind" by Kristine Kathryn Rusch "The Return of Inspiration" by Tom Piccirilli "Archie's Been Framed" by Dave Zeltserman "The Perfect Triangle" by Michael Connelly "Old Men and Old Boards" by Don Winslow "Plainview" by David Hoing
 

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Ed Gorman's western fiction has won the Spur Award and hiEd Gorman's western fiction has won the Spur Award and his crime fiction has won the Shamus and Anthony Awards and has crime fiction has won the Shamus and Anthony Awards and has been shortlisted for the Edgar(R) Award. In addition, his s been shortlisted for the Edgar(R) Award. In addition, his writing has appeared in "Redbook", the "New York Times, Ellewriting has appeared in "Redbook", the "New York Times, Ellery Queen Magazine, Poetry Today, " and other publications. ry Queen Magazine, Poetry Today, " and other publications.
 
Published December 30, 2012 by Cemetery Dance Pubns. 477 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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surprisingly, the best entry may be a comic riff on Rex Stout—Dave Zeltserman’s “Archie’s Been Framed.” It’s hard to resist a line like: “While Julius refers to me as Archie, and I act as his private secretary, research assistant, unofficial biographer, and all-around man Friday, I ...

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