Bouchercon Anthology 2015 – PRE-ORDER AVAILABLE

MWA Grand Master Margaret Maron, Edgar Award winner Tom Franklin, and New York Times bestselling novelist Ron Rash headline a new anthology of 21 tales spanning from traditional detective stories to comic capers to darkest noir and more—something for all tastes.


Murder Under the Oaks is published in conjunction with Bouchercon, the World Mystery Convention, held in 2015 in Raleigh, North Carolina—the City of Oaks. As with the convention itself, the anthology spreads a broad canopy across a wide range of crime writers from across the country and around the world—including both veteran writers and the brightest up-and-coming talents in the field. Celebrating Bouchercon’s first-ever meeting in the American South, several of the stories in Murder Under the Oaks also draw on the region’s history and culture—including the birth of a secret society at the University of Virginia, a mystery from Edgar Allan Poe’s childhood days, and a series of less-than-welcome visits by everyone’s favorite hometown sheriff.

All participants contributed their efforts to support our charity—the Wake County Public Libraries—and by extension readers and writers everywhere.



The collection was edited by Art Taylor

Including Stories By

J.L. Abramo     |     J.D. Allen     |     Lori Armstrong

Rob Brunet     |     P.A. De Voe     |     Sean Doolittle

Tom Franklin     |     Toni Goodyear     |     Kristin Kisska

Robert Lopresti     |     Robert Mangeot     |     Margaret Maron

Kathleen Mix      |     Britni Patterson     |     Karen Pullen

Ron Rash     |     Karen E. Salyer     |     Sarah Shaber

Zoë Sharp     |     B.K. Stevens     |     Graham Wynd

Pre-Order the Trade Paperback for $15.00.  Two options available.  You can pick it up at Bouchercon or we can ship ($15.00 plus shipping) it to you after Bouchercon.  Just select your option below.

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