Hitmen, Fragments of Noir, and Wade Miller

Friday’s Small Crimes features Wade Miller,, John Woods, Stuart Turton, RV Raman, Fragments of Noir, and Adrian McKinty. #sixlinksandabook

Reissue of “Devil May Care” and “Sinner Take All” by Wade Miller (Stark House Press, 2020/1950/1960).

“Inside, a Fake Website Busting Would-Be Criminals” at Rolling Stone. It’s as crazy as it sounds.

John Woods on the intersection of noir and horror. Woods is the author of “Lady Chevy” (Pegasus Crime, 2020).

Interesting article by Stuart Turton, “Mixing Genres Is All About Messing With Structure”. He is the author of “The Devil and the Dark Water” (Sourcebooks Landmark, 2020).

“Bringing the Traditional Murder Mystery to India” by RV Raman, author other of the upcoming “A Will to Kill” (Agora Books, 2020).

If you haven’t stopped by Fragments of Noir, shame on you. The photographs and other artwork posted there is a joy to look at. The Big Lonely City continues with the 129th post of that series.

Tom Leins reviews Adrian McKinty‘s “The Chain” (Orion, 2019).

All Due Respect is accepting short story submissions. We’d love to publish more stories from women, writers of color, and other marginalized voices. We pay $25 upon publication. Submission guidelines here.

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