Moonlight & Misadventure is a journey into the devilish minds of several crime fiction authors. Some I’d read before and some new reads. The discovery and re-discovery is always an entertaining process.
Here’s a quick overview to whet your appetite:
Michael A. Clark – Scavenger Hunt, has an undercover FBI agent in a skiff with three white supremacists.
Tracy Falenwolfe – Cereus Thinking, tells the story of a teenage girl helping run her grandparents trailer park and a deadly enemy on her trail
C.W. Blackwell – 12 Miles to Taylorsville, gives us Angie Kritt who works a bar in timber country and helps a panicked, desperate woman.
There is so much more: competitive twins, criminal lovers, coins tossed in a fountain, thorough border guards, and siblings with an estranged brother.
An absolutely delightful selection of stories edited by Judy Penz Sheluk who was on my Persons of Interest list a few years ago with her debut book in A Glass Dolphin Mystery Series. She’s been a very busy writer since then with several books to her credit. Click Here for a list.
A thoroughly enjoyable read and highly recommended.
~ June Lorraine Roberts
Murder in Common is a Feedspot Top 100 Crime Fiction Website.
11 responses to “Moonlight & Misadventure”
An interesting, compelling selection!
Thank you for your wonderful review, June!
Great story CW 🙂
I’m glad you liked the anthology. Thanks for the shout out!
So glad you liked the anthology. Thanks for the shout out!
Thanks so much for reviewing Moonlight, June!
I know right 🙂
Thanks so much, I’m so glad you enjoyed it.
I did, very much. Nicely done Judy 🙂