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“He wasn’t on easy terms with betrayal – not enough practice. Nor was he clever with lies and excuses.”
Archer Landis – successful architect, married man.
Slipping away from an industry dinner he finds Julia, the woman he’s in love with, murdered in her apartment. He’s devasted but does nothing. How could he report the murder without harm to his family and himself?
The resulting investigation reveals that Julia Fernandez is really Alia Said and her fingerprints are on file with the FBI for reasons unclear to the detectives.
Then, shortly Julia/Alia’s murder, shots are fired into the Landis office from outside the building. What in hell is going on?
Vicki and I have been email and online friends for years. I remember encouraging her to attend a Noir at The Bar event which I believe she enjoyed. She’s written several short stories for notable magazines, and now today we have her debut novel. I’m thrilled for her.
Vicki Weisfeld’s short stories have appeared in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, Mystery Magazine, Sherlock Holmes MM, and Black Cat MM, among others, as well as in a number of highly competitive crime anthologies, including: Busted: Arresting Stories from the Beat, Seascapes: Best New England Crime Stories, Passport to Murder (Bouchercon), The Best Laid Plans, Quoth the Raven, and Sherlock Holmes in the Realms of Edgar Allan Poe. Her stories have won awards from the Short Mystery Fiction Society and the Public Safety Writers Association. She’s a member of Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America, and other crime fiction organizations. For the past decade, she’s blogged several times a week at www.vweisfeld.com.
~ June Lorraine Roberts
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2 responses to “Victoria Weisfeld: Architect of Courage”
Thank you! I’ll repost to Facebook if I ever get home from Portugal. Failed our Covid tests; travel very complicated!
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Oh no! Hope you’re doing okay and will be home soon.