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About Juliet Nordeen
Welcome, Dear Reader! So glad you could come by.
I craft my stories and novels to take you by the hand and transport you to another time and place, immerse you in unique goings-on, and introduce you to some real characters. In the real world I love food and dogs and running and cars, and solving a good puzzle. Those aspects of life work their way into all of my tales, as does my home in the Pacific Northwest.
Whether you're here for a short story or to follow the continuing antics of Deputy Quinn, Bailey Michaels, or Dalia Washington, I hope you'll find what you're looking for, an escape into another world.
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Take stories detailing all the nastiest parts of human behavior, from theft to murder to mayhem, throw in some of the “lesser” darkness that humans can provide during the holidays, and assemble them into one volume—welcome to Bloody Christmas.
These stories, dark and vicious, form the perfect antidote to the holiday season’s sugary sweetness. So, consider this the savory part of the holidays for those whose reading tastes get darker in the darkest part of the year.
As Alfred Hitchcock used to say, read these stories with the lights on—and the doors locked, curtains drawn, and protective gear at hand. One never knows what lurks in the darkness.
“Asking For It” by C.H. Hung
“Some Folks Just Need Killin’” by Lauryn Christopher
“A Crafty Affair” by Bonnie Elizabeth
“A Hidden Gift” by Meyari McFarland
“The Perfect Gift” by Robert Cutchin
“Why Don’t You Make Gingerbread?” by Dayle A. Dermatis
“A Killer Party” by Annie Reed
“Wild Nights and New Roads” by Lisa Silverthorne
“Sister Silence Night” by Michael Warren Lucas
“Bobo” by Ron Collins
“Christmas Dessert” by Juliet Nordeen
Be sure to pick up all the past issues of Mystery, Crime, and Mayhem.
A father's sins fall under a multitude of transgressions. Hiding family secrets. Stealing intellectual property. Being an alcoholic. Or even demanding a daughter marry for business, not love.
These sins and others, as well as how they effect the people around them, are explored in issue four of MCM.
Sins of the Father-So Criminal, it's Good.
And be sure to pick up all the issues of MCM! Published quarterly.
For many of us, our introduction to mystery began either by watching a detective show on TV, or when we fell in love with characters like Phillip Marlow and the Continental Op in old books. This is the white knight, the only one with morals in the story, the one person who will set the world right.
Come with us and explore new takes on the traditional PI story, whether they're old school and solving a current day crime or sent on a case far away from the city into Appalachia. And enjoy some historic PIs as well, all with voice and perspectives you've never seen before.
Enjoy issue #1 of MCM - and be ready for more to come!
Welcome to the second issue of Mystery, Crime, and Mayhem, and the wonderful world of Thieves.
This volume contains 35 stories, including two previously uncollected Kristine Kathryn Rusch stories, presented as they first appeared in a newsletter that went to subscribers every single day for 35 days.
The first volume in a series that will appear annually, The Holiday Spectacular #1, will fulfill all your seasonal story needs.