Characters Ellery ueen Mystery Magazine MarchApril 2014 Download Ö Ellery ueen Mystery Magazine MarchApril 2014 102 And “Over Her Body” by Lori Rader Day and be forewarned The halls in none of those households are uite safe to walk The uestion of where to stand is political in Richard Helms’ “Busting Red Heads” set in the post WWI era of labor activism and involves national borders in Doug Allyn’s “The Bandit Ballads” in which Mexican bandits and a slick American entertainer are brought head to headCharacters take to the streets and flee in the dark tense Passport story “The Russian Woman” by Jutta Motz and the gritty Black Mask tale “The Assumption of Seamus Tyrrell” by David Dean If you enjoy sorting the real from the illusory to reconnect with terra firma this issue’s for yo.
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Characters Ellery ueen Mystery Magazine MarchApril 2014 Download Ö Ellery ueen Mystery Magazine MarchApril 2014 102 Row even to include those who seem the most innocent and those closest to our protagonists see “Bright Diamond” by John F Dobbyn; “Fruit of All Evil” by Marilyn Todd; and “Julius Katz and a Tangled Webb” by Dave Zeltserman respectivelyElements of the fantastic make perceiving what’s going on even harder in “Gorilla of the Gasbags” by Bill Crider set on a movie soundstage; “The Man in the Moon” by Michael Guillebeau framed as a bedtime story and “Lost Horse Road” by David Knadler a chilling end to the Deputy John Ennis series involving a character with seeming clairvoyanceThe malice turns domestic in “Gaslight” by Dan Warthman “Romantivores” by Becky Michael.
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Characters Ellery ueen Mystery Magazine MarchApril 2014 Download Ö Ellery ueen Mystery Magazine MarchApril 2014 102 At the heart of the mysteries in EMM’s MarchApril 2014 issue are shifting layers of perception and reality Even the ground underfoot is uncertain in “Glory of the Worms and Snakes” by Perri O’Shaughnessy with its images of rich soil full of roiling creatures and in “Following the Likely Path of the Moon Bear” by Nathan Beyerlein in which series characters Nat Burg and Bertrand Stein stomp through the jungles of VietnamWoods and cold lakes are the setting for “Bond of Brothers” by Brendan DuBois; but will the story’s two siblings help each other get to solid ground At a dusty racetrack in a garden of poisonous plants and on a bloodstained library rug the lists of suspects g.
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