Malice Domestic 12: Mystery Most Historical

Malice Domestic 12: Mystery Most Historical will be published by Wildside Press and available in time for MD29. Art Taylor, Martin Edwards, and Kathy Lynn Emerson were the story selection committee. Charlaine Harris, Lifetime Achievement Honoree for Malice 29, is presenting the anthology.
Stories Included:

"A One-Pipe Problem" by John Betancourt
"The Trial of Madame Pelletier" by Susanna Calkins
"Eating Crow" by Carla Coupe
"The Lady's Maid Vanishes" by Susan Daly
"Judge Lu's Ming Dynasty Case Files-The Unseen Opponent" by P.A. De Voe
"Honest John Finds a Way" by Michael Dell
"Spirited Death" by Carole Nelson Douglas
"The Corpse Candle" by Martin Edwards
"Mistress Threadneedle's Quest" by Kathy Lynn Emerson
"The Black Hand" by Peter Hayes
"Crim Con" by Nancy Herriman
"Hand of an Angry God" by KB Inglee
"The Barter" by Su Kopil
"Tredegar Murders" by Vivian Lawry
"The Tragic Death of Mrs. Edna Fogg" by Edith Maxwell
"A Butler is Born" by Catriona McPherson
"Home Front Homicide" by Liz Milliron
"He Done Her Wrong" by Kathryn O'Sullivan
"Summons for a Dead Girl" by K.B. Owen
"Mr. Nakamura's Garden" by Valerie O Patterson
"The Velvet Slippers" by Keenan Powell
"The Blackness Before Me" by Mindy Quigley
"Death on the Dueling Grounds" by Verena Rose
"You Always Hurt the One You Love" by Shawn Reilly Simmons
"Night and Fog" by Marcia Talley
"The Measured Chest" by Mark Thielman
"The Killing Game" by Victoria Thompson
"The Cottage" by Charles Todd
"The Seven" by Elaine Viets
"Strong Enough" by Georgia Wilson

Malice Domestic Announces 14th Anthology

Malice Domestic 14: Mystery Most Edible will be presented by Parnell Hall and published by Wildside Press in time for Malice Domestic 31, which will take place May 3 - 5, 2019.

Malice Domestic 11: Murder Most Conventional (Wildside Press) and presented by Kathrine Hall Page, was relased at Malice 27. The stories were selected in a blind submission process by Rhys Bowen, Earlene Fowler, and Doug Greene. 
Stories Included: 

"Conventional Wisdom" by Marcia Talley
"Djinn and Tonic" by Neil Plakcy
"The Vanishing Wife" by Victoria Thompson
"The Right to Bare Arms" by John Gregory Betancourt
"Message in a Bottle" by Su Kopil
"Anonymous" by Kate Flora
"What Goes Around" by B.K. Stevens
"The Hair of the Dog" by Charles Todd
"The Best-Laid Plans" by Barb Goffman
"A Dark and Stormy Light" by Gigi Pandian
"The Clue in the Blue Booth" by Hank Phillippi Ryan
"Wicked Writers" by Frances McNamara
Coverture" by KB Inglee
"Dark Secrets" by Kathryn Leigh Scott
"Tarnished Hope" by KM Rockwood
"Not Forgotten" by L.C. Tyler
"Boston Bouillabaisse" by Nancy Brewka-Clark
"Killing Kippers" by Eleanor Cawood Jones
"Elemental Chaos" by M Evonne Dobsonv
"Outside the Box" by Ruth Moose
"The Perfect Pitch" by Marie Hannan-Mandel
"Two Birds with One Stone" by Rhys Bowen
"A Gathering of Great Detectives" by Shawn Reilly Simmons
The submission judges for Malice Domestic 13: Mystery Most Geographical were Aaron Elkins, Gigi Pandian, and G. M. Malliet. Bonnie (B.K.) Stevens also served as a judge before her passing. 99 stories were submitted and judged in a blind review process. Many thanks to the judging committee, and to everyone who submitted their work for consideration. 

Selected stories and authors:
"The Jamaican Ice Mystery" by John Gregory Betancourt  "The House in Glamaig's Shadow" by William Burton McCormick
"Arroyo" by Michael Bracken                                      "Island Time" by Laura Oles
"The End of the World" by Susan Breen                        "Dying in Dokesville" by Alan Orloff
"We Shall Fight Them" by Carla Coupe                         "If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Murder" by Josh Pachter
"Murder on the Northern Lights Express" by Susan Daly   "Isaac's Daughters" by Anita Page
"The Belle Hope" by Peter DiChellis                              "Muskeg Men" by Keenan Powell
"Summer Job" by Judith Green                                    "The Barrister's Clerk" by Michael Robertson
"To Protect the Guilty" by Kerry Hammond                     "Death at the Congressional Cemetary" by Verena Rose
"Ridgeline" by Peter Hayes                                         "The Breaker Boy" by Harriette Sackler
"What Goes Around" by Kathryn Johnson                       "Death on the Beach" by Shawn Reilly Simmons
"Keep Calm and Love Moai" by Eleanor Cawood Jones       "Summer Smugglers" by Triss Stein
"Czech Mate" by Kristin Kisska                                     "Ho'oponopono" by Robin Templeton
"Mad About You" by G.M. Malliet                                   "Marigold in the Lake" by Susan Thibadeau
"Payack With Interest" by Cheryl Marceau                       "A Cabin in the Woods" by Sylvia Maultash Warsh
"A Divination" by Edith Maxwell                                    "Death in a Strange and Beautiful Place" by Leslie Wheeler

Theme:  Mystery Most Edible: "Mystery Most Edible" means that the story must have a significant gastronomic or culinary aspect.

Story Length: up to 5,000 words • We are seeking original, previously unpublishied stories • Manuscript file must be entirely anonymous • No author identification on the cover page or on any other page • No author identification in the document summary • Please include page number and story title in the footer • Type “The End” or ### at the end of the story • Microsoft Word only acceptable format • Story title must be centered on top of first page • Document title must match title used on submission form • Stories will not be considered that don't come through the submission form below, or that disregard the above guidelines

Submissions will be accepted between May 1st and August 31, 2018 

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