This monthly magazine is published in Canada – both e-book and paperback – and contains six mystery short stories and a puzzle tale in its 78 pages.
For writers, it’s a paying market – http://mysteryweekly.com/submit.asp
For readers, it offers an interesting selection of crime tales, some with humour and wit, others with a darker tone. Nothing too graphic.
While I enjoyed all the stories in this issue, I particularly liked the cover story ‘Fader’s Crates’ by Caroline Misner, a fairly long poignant tale with good description and style. Leslie Elman’s ‘No Quarters’ offered up a suspense story set in a laundromat, cleverly done. Peter DiChellis’s ‘Locked Tight’ was a locked room (though not quite) mystery laced with humour.
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