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Judy Penz Sheluk - The Marketville Mysteries

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A small town named after a nineteenth-century traitor. A feisty antiques shop owner with a passion for authenticity. A freelance journalist with a penchant for the truth. Join amateur sleuths Arabella Carpenter and Emily Garland in the not-so-sleepy village of Lount’s Landing, where secrets, subterfuge, and real estate wranglings sometimes lead to murder.

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  • Robert Weibezahl & Gina X. Grant - Larceny & Last Chances (A Superior Shores Anthology Book 4)

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    Larceny & Last ChancesSometimes, it’s about doing the right thing. Sometimes, it’s about getting even. Sometimes, it’s about taking what you think you deserve. And sometimes, it’s your last, best chance. Edited by Judy Penz Sheluk and featuring stories by Christina Boufis, John Bukowski, Brenda Chapman, Susan Daly, Wil A. Emerson, Tracy Falenwolfe, Kate Fellowes, Molly Wills Fraser, Gina X. Grant, Karen Grose, Wendy Harrison, Julie Hastrup, Larry M. Keeton, Charlie Kondek, Edward Lodi, Bethany Maines, Gregory Meece, Cate Moyle, Judy Penz Sheluk, KM Rockwood, Kevin R. Tipple, and Robert Weibezahl.Robert Weibezahl is a playwright, novelist, occasional poet, and book critic. His play, And Lightning Struck: Mary Shelley and the Curse of Creation, was commissioned by Lit Live and presented at the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center in California in 2017; his short play, “Mission,” debuted as part of the TENx10 Festival at the Bendigo Theatre Company in Australia in 2018; and he had full-length plays selected for staged readings in both 2018 (Which Way the Wind Blows) and 2019 (Hold On) as part of the Palisades Playwrights Festival in Los Angeles. Most recently, Which Way the Wind Blows was a finalist for the Dayton Playhouse’s FutureFest 2019.Weibezahl has published two novels, The Wicked and the Dead and The Dead Don’t Forget, and two non-fiction books, A Taste of Murder and A Second Helping of Murder (for which he is a two-time Agatha Award finalist and two-time Macavity Award finalist). His poems have appeared in LI Quarterly, The Caterpillar (Ireland), Tipton Poetry Journal, The Fifty-Two, Enjambed, and Brushfire, and his short stories in Futures Mysterious Anthology Magazine, CrimeSpree, Mouth Full of Bullets, Beat to a Pulp, and the anthology, Deadly by the Dozen. He was a finalist for the Short Mystery Fiction Society’s 2010 Derringer Award for “Identity Theft.”About – Robert Weibezahl (wordpress.com)Gina X. GrantWriting as Gina X. Grant, I write witty, super, and natural fiction, including the RELUCTANT REAPER trilogy, available from Simon and Schuster.As STORM GRANT, I write engaging male/male fiction, more light than dark. Since 2007, I have published with a variety of publishers and also self-published.I live just north of Toronto, Canada, in a lovely little house nestled among thirty-two trees, much to the delight of Canoli, a rescued Mexican street dog who might be a bit spoiled. Want to be notified when I release new books when I have deals, specials, and other cool stuff? Visit http://ginaxgrant.com and click the link. If you’d like to discuss anything about my writing or my writing life, please get in touch with me at gina@ginaXgrant.com ABOUT | GinaXGrantStormGrant 
  • Brenda Chapman - Larceny & Last Chances (A Superior Shores Anthology Book 4)

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     Larceny & Last Chances Sometimes, it’s about doing the right thing. Sometimes, it’s about getting even. Sometimes, it’s about taking what you think you deserve. And sometimes, it’s your last, best chance. Edited by Judy Penz Sheluk and featuring stories by Christina Boufis, John Bukowski, Brenda Chapman, Susan Daly, Wil A. Emerson, Tracy Falenwolfe, Kate Fellowes, Molly Wills Fraser, Gina X. Grant, Karen Grose, Wendy Harrison, Julie Hastrup, Larry M. Keeton, Charlie Kondek, Edward Lodi, Bethany Maines, Gregory Meece, Cate Moyle, Judy Penz Sheluk, KM Rockwood, Kevin R. Tipple, and Robert Weibezahl.Brenda ChapmanBrenda Chapman is a Canadian crime fiction author with over twenty published novels. In addition to short stories and standalone, she has written the lauded Stonechild and Rouleau police procedural series, the Anna Sweet mystery novellas, and the Jennifer Bannon mysteries for middle grade. Blind Date is the first in her Hunter and Tate mysteries. Her work has been shortlisted for several awards, including four Crime Writers of Canada Awards of Excellence.
  • Charlie Kondek- Larceny & Last Chances (A Superior Shores Anthology Book 4)

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    Larceny & Last Chances Sometimes, it’s about doing the right thing. Sometimes, it’s about getting even. Sometimes, it’s about taking what you think you deserve. And sometimes, it’s your last, best chance. Edited by Judy Penz Sheluk and featuring stories by Christina Boufis, John Bukowski, Brenda Chapman, Susan Daly, Wil A. Emerson, Tracy Falenwolfe, Kate Fellowes, Molly Wills Fraser, Gina X. Grant, Karen Grose, Wendy Harrison, Julie Hastrup, Larry M. Keeton, Charlie Kondek, Edward Lodi, Bethany Maines, Gregory Meece, Cate Moyle, Judy Penz Sheluk, KM Rockwood, Kevin R. Tipple, and Robert Weibezahl.Charlie KondekOnce, when my oldest son was little, he asked me what I did for a living, and I answered without really thinking, "I write PowerPoint decks and drink in airports."The truth is, I'm a marketing professional and writer from metro Detroit. I've been a PR man, an ad man, a stringer for a weekly newspaper. I am a man of faith, a loving husband, and a father to two kids on the autism spectrum, the younger of which has profound needs. Over the last few years, I've been doing more PowerPointing and airport drinking, parenting and husbanding than writing, and I'm trying to change that. This website is a step toward that goal. I haven't been completely infertile. You can see more about my work here. I blog here (sometimes) about writing, reading, marketing, faith, and other topics. I have the same name as police officer Charlie Kondek from Tarpon Springs, Florida, who heroically gave his life in the line of duty. Neither of us should be confused with Charles Kondek, the opera librettist. You can email me at charliekondek@gmail.com or interact with me on the social media channels below.Home (charliekondekwrites.com)
  • Gregory Meece & Christina Boufis- Larceny & Last Chances (A Superior Shores Anthology Book 4)

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    Larceny & Last Chances Sometimes, it’s about doing the right thing. Sometimes, it’s about getting even. Sometimes, it’s about taking what you think you deserve. And sometimes, it’s your last, best chance. Edited by Judy Penz Sheluk and featuring stories by Christina Boufis, John Bukowski, Brenda Chapman, Susan Daly, Wil A. Emerson, Tracy Falenwolfe, Kate Fellowes, Molly Wills Fraser, Gina X. Grant, Karen Grose, Wendy Harrison, Julie Hastrup, Larry M. Keeton, Charlie Kondek, Edward Lodi, Bethany Maines, Gregory Meece, Cate Moyle, Judy Penz Sheluk, KM Rockwood, Kevin R. Tipple, and Robert Weibezahl.Gregory Meece My passion for creative writing began in high school when an inspirational teacher recognized my desire to go beyond the required four years of English and pursue creative writing. She challenged me to produce a novel and gave me an independent study project: Write a novel. At age 17, I did just that! Well, I tried. Now retired, I have rekindled my love of writing stories. In the past few years, I have been fortunate to have found homes for my short stories in almost 20 different anthologies, magazines, journals, and even a podcast! Most of my stories are mysteries and crime fiction, but I have added literary and comedy genres to my repertoire.Gregory Meece - Author (meecetales.com)Christina BoufisChristina Boufis is a San Francisco Bay-Area writer whose short fiction has appeared in Pulphouse Fiction Magazine, Kings River Life Magazine, and the forthcoming anthology, Larceny and Last Chances. Under C.B. Peterson, she’s the author of a domestic thriller, I Want Him Dead. In nonfiction, she’s written The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Writing Nonfiction, as well as dozens of essays and articles that have appeared in Salon.com, The San Francisco Chronicle, Glamour, and other publications. A former academic with a PhD in Victorian literature and Women’s Studies, she spent eight years teaching women in the San Francisco County Jail. Christina Boufis
  • John Bukowski- Larceny & Last Chances: 22 Stories of Mystery & Suspense (A Superior Shores Anthology Book 4)

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    I’ve been a practicing veterinarian, a public health researcher, and a medical writer. But through it all has been my love of books. Like you, I’ve always loved to read. And like you I’m sure, my tastes have changed over time from Jules Verne and Tolkien to Hemingway, Steven King, and Michael Crichton. Likewise, my writing has changed from consumer handbooks and website content to fast-paced thriller novels, which are a lot more fun. Just as great chefs have distinctive styles, every good author has a distinguishing “voice” that both labels and defines their work. Read a couple of pages of Hemingway and you won’t have to be told that Papa cooked the bouillabaisse. My voice diverges a bit between novels and short stories. As a child of the Twilight Zone, my short fiction deals mostly with quirky situations and surprise endings, usually with a touch of humor to leaven the bread. My novels, on the other hand, start out with a thrilling roux of “what if,” then add two cups of violence, a tablespoon of humor, and a hefty dash of spicy sex. I hope you like what I’ve been cooking up for you.Larceny & Last ChancesSometimes it’s about doing the right thing. Sometimes it’s about getting even. Sometimes it’s about taking what you think you deserve. And sometimes, it’s your last, best, chance. Edited by Judy Penz Sheluk and featuring stories by Christina Boufis, John Bukowski, Brenda Chapman, Susan Daly, Wil A. Emerson, Tracy Falenwolfe, Kate Fellowes, Molly Wills Fraser, Gina X. Grant, Karen Grose, Wendy Harrison, Julie Hastrup, Larry M. Keeton, Charlie Kondek, Edward Lodi, Bethany Maines, Gregory Meece, Cate Moyle, Judy Penz Sheluk, KM Rockwood, Kevin R. Tipple, and Robert Weibezahl.
  • Tracy Falenwolfe- Larceny & Last Chances: 22 Stories of Mystery & Suspense (A Superior Shores Anthology Book 4)

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    Since winning the Bethlehem Writers Roundtable Short Story Award in 2014, Tracy Falenwolfe’s stories have appeared in over a dozen publications including Black Cat Mystery Magazine, Spinetingler Magazine, Flash Bang Mysteries, Crimson Streets, and several Chicken Soup for the Soul volumes. Tracy lives in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley with her husband and sons. She is a member of Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America, and the Short Mystery Fiction Society.Larceny & Last Chances: 22 Stories of Mystery & SuspenseSometimes it’s about doing the right thing. Sometimes it’s about getting even. Sometimes it’s about taking what you think you deserve. And sometimes, it’s your last, best, chance. Edited by Judy Penz Sheluk and featuring stories by Christina Boufis, John Bukowski, Brenda Chapman, Susan Daly, Wil A. Emerson, Tracy Falenwolfe, Kate Fellowes, Molly Wills Fraser, Gina X. Grant, Karen Grose, Wendy Harrison, Julie Hastrup, Larry M. Keeton, Charlie Kondek, Edward Lodi, Bethany Maines, Gregory Meece, Cate Moyle, Judy Penz Sheluk, KM Rockwood, Kevin R. Tipple, and Robert Weibezahl.
  • Bethany Maines- Larceny & Last Chances: 22 Stories of Mystery & Suspense (A Superior Shores Anthology Book 4)

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    Bethany Maines is the award-winning author of action-adventure and fantasy tales focusing on women who know when to apply lipstick and a foot to someone’s hind end. She is usually found chasing after her daughter or glued to the computer, working on her next novel (or screenplay). Learn more - FB: www.facebook.com/AuthorBethanyMainesINSTA: @AuthorBethanyMainesTWIT: @BethanyMainesWEB: www.bethanymaines.comLarceny & Last ChanceSometimes, it’s about doing the right thing. Sometimes, it’s about getting even. Sometimes, it’s about taking what you think you deserve. And sometimes, it’s your last, best chance. Edited by Judy Penz Sheluk and featuring stories by Christina Boufis, John Bukowski, Brenda Chapman, Susan Daly, Wil A. Emerson, Tracy Falenwolfe, Kate Fellowes, Molly Wills Fraser, Gina X. Grant, Karen Grose, Wendy Harrison, Julie Hastrup, Larry M. Keeton, Charlie Kondek, Edward Lodi, Bethany Maines, Gregory Meece, Cate Moyle, Judy Penz Sheluk, KM Rockwood, Kevin R. Tipple, and Robert Weibezahl.
  • KM Rockwood - Larceny & Last Chances: 22 Stories of Mystery & Suspense (A Superior Shores Anthology Book 4)

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    KM Rockwood draws on a varied background for stories, among them working as a laborer in a steel fabrication plant, operating glass melters and related equipment in a fiberglass manufacturing facility, and supervising an inmate work crew in a large medium security state prison. These jobs, as well as work as a special education teacher in an alternative high school and a GED teacher in county detention facilities, provide most of the background for novels and short stories.Larceny & Last Chances: 22 Stories of Mystery & Suspense (A Superior Shores Anthology Book 4)Sometimes it’s about doing the right thing. Sometimes it’s about getting even. Sometimes it’s about taking what you think you deserve. And sometimes, it’s your last, best, chance. Edited by Judy Penz Sheluk and featuring stories by Christina Boufis, John Bukowski, Brenda Chapman, Susan Daly, Wil A. Emerson, Tracy Falenwolfe, Kate Fellowes, Molly Wills Fraser, Gina X. Grant, Karen Grose, Wendy Harrison, Julie Hastrup, Larry M. Keeton, Charlie Kondek, Edward Lodi, Bethany Maines, Gregory Meece, Cate Moyle, Judy Penz Sheluk, KM Rockwood, Kevin R. Tipple, and Robert Weibezahl.KM Rockwood
  • Robyn Gigl - Nothing But the Truth

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    New Jersey State Trooper Jon Mazer has been charged with killing Black investigative reporter Stewart Marshall in a racially charged, headline-making murder. The evidence against criminal defense attorney Erin McCabe’s new client is overwhelming. The gun used is Mazer’s off-duty weapon. Fingerprints and carpet fibers link Mazer to the crime. And Mazer was patrolling Marshall’s neighborhood shortly before the victim took three bullets to the chest. Mazer’s argument? He’s a gay officer being set up to take the fall in an even bigger story. Mazer swears he was a secret source for Marshall’s exposé about the Lords of Discipline. The covert gang operating within the New Jersey State Police is notorious for enforcing their own code of harassing women, framing minorities, and out-powering any troopers who don’t play their rogue and racist games. With everyone from the governor to the county prosecutor on the wrong side of justice, Erin and her partner, Duane Swisher, are prepared to do anything to make sure Mazer doesn’t become another victim. As Erin deals with an intensely personal issue at home, and faces an uphill battle to prove her client’s innocence, both she and Duane find themselves mired in a conspiracy of corruption deeper than they imagined—and far more dangerous than they feared.

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