COAST TO COAST NOIR edited by Andrew McAleer and Paul D. Marks

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COAST TO COAST NOIR edited by Andrew McAleer and Paul D. Marks (September 2020)

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It doesn’t have to be the dark of a rainy night for it to be noir. It doesn’t have to be shadowy rooms of Venetian blinds. It doesn’t even have to be a femme fatale. Noir is somebody tripping over their own faults, somebody who has an Achilles heel, some kind of greed, or want or desire that leads them down a dark path, from which there is sometimes no return.

No one is safe. There’s no place to hide in this collection of twelve stories from the dark side of the American Dream.

Stories of noir from Coast to Coast.

Contributors:
Colleen Collins—Denver, Colorado
Brendan DuBois—rural Massachusetts
Alison Gaylin—Hudson Valley, New York
Tom MacDonald—Nashua, New Hampshire
Andrew McAleer—Boston, Massachusetts
Michael Mallory—Springfield, Missouri
Paul D. Marks—Venice Beach/Los Angeles, California
Dennis Palumbo—Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Stephen D. Rogers—Providence, Rhode Island
John Shepphird—Los Alamos, New Mexico
Beth Terrell—Nashville, Tennessee
Dave Zeltserman—small town Kansas

Praise for the COAST TO COAST series:

Murder from Sea to Shining Sea

“A sterling collection of coast-to-coast crime stories dripping with local color—all of it blood red.” —Chuck Hogan, Hammett Prize winner and international bestselling author of The Strain

“Envelope-pushers! A truly WOW collection by the best mystery writers out there—full of surprises only they can pull off.” —Thomas B. Sawyer, bestselling author of Cross Purposes and Head-Writer of Murder, She Wrote

“An engaging collection from a stellar cast of award-winning mystery authors guaranteed to keep you awake all night.” —Hannah Dennison, author of the IMBA bestselling Vicky Hill Mysteries

“This intriguing collection of stories from these masters of suspense will keep you guessing from cover to cover and coast to coast.” —Raffi Yessayan, author of 8 in the Box and 2 in the Hat

Private Eyes from Sea to Shining Sea

“A tantalizing array of stories guaranteed to please fans of PI fiction. High fives all around!” —MWA Grand Master Bill Pronzini

“Tough, taut and terrific. This cross-country collection of sleuthing stories—from the best writers in the private eye biz—is wonderfully written, always surprising, and completely entertaining.” —Hank Phillippi Ryan, Anthony, Agatha and Mary Higgins Clark Award-winning author

“A bang-up read of PI fiction from a gallery of impressive authors. Compelling, fun, and full of clever surprises. A treat.” —Shamus Award-winning author John Shepphird

Awards and Nominations

Coast to Coast: Private Eyes from Sea to Shining Sea nominated for a 2018 Anthony Award for Best Anthology

“Out of Business” by Eric Beetner, nominated for a 2018 Shamus Award

“The #2 Pencil” by Matt Coyle, nominated for a 2018 Macavity Award and a 2018 Derringer Award

“Gun Work” by John Floyd, selected for the Best American Mysteries of 2018 by Louise Penny and Otto Penzler

“The Dead Detective” by Bob Levinson, nominated for a 2016 Shamus Award

“King’s Quarter” by Andrew McAleer, nominated for a 2018 Derringer Award

“Windward” by Paul D. Marks, winner of the 2018 Macavity Award for Best Short Story; nominated for a 2018 Shamus Award and 2018 Derringer Award, and selected for the Best American Mysteries of 2018 by Louise Penny and Otto Penzler

“Kill My Wife, Please” by Robert J. Randisi, nominated for a 2018 Derringer Award

“A Necessary Ingredient” by Art Taylor, nominated for a 2018 Macavity Award, a 2018 Malice Domestic Award, and a 2018 Anthony Award

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