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Murder Most Conventional

Malice Domestic: Murder Most Conventional
edited by Verena Rose, Barb Goffman and Rita Owen

The Malice Domestic cozy anthology series returns with a new take on cozy mysteries in the Agatha Christie tradition. Here are 22 original stories (and one modern classic reprint) set at conventions, conferences, and gatherings of all kinds! Original stories by Hank Phillippi Ryan, Marcia Talley, Neil Plakcy, Rhys Bowen, Gigi Pandian and others.

Read Hank's story, The Clue in the Blue Booth

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Echoes of Sherlock Holmes

Echoes of Sherlock Holmes: Stories Inspired by the Holmes Canon
edited by Laurie R. King & Leslie S. Klinger

What happens when great writers/creators who are not known as Sherlock Holmes devotees admit to being inspired by Conan Doyle stories? While some are highly-regarded mystery writers, others are best known for their work in the fields of fantasy or science fiction. All of these talented authors, however, share a great admiration for Arthur Conan Doyle and his greatest creations, Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson.

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X-Files: The Truth Is Out There

X-Files: The Truth Is Out There
edited by Jonathan Maberry

Fox Mulder and Dana Scully are back in a chilling collection of all-new tales of dark secrets, alien agendas, terrifying monsters and murderous madmen. Featuring original stories by bestselling authors Rachel Caine, Hank Phillippi Ryan, Kelley Armstrong, Kami Garcia, Greg Cox and many others.

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Writes of Passage

Writes of Passage: Adventures on the Writer's Journey
edited by Hank Phillippi Ryan

Anthony, Agatha and Macavity Winner for Best Non-Fiction!

The path of a writing career can be rocky and twisty and full of dead ends. But it's also well traveled—and in WRITES OF PASSAGE, 59 mystery authors offer the secrets that helped them navigate their succedss. When you're in need of an author's roadmap, "pick up this book," as Hank Phillippi Ryan says in the introduction. "Open it to any page. The sisters of SinC have shared their personal journeys—and they have many tales to tell." These tales reveal the "Writes of Passage" every author encounters, and Sisters in Crime hopes these beautifully told experiences will guide you along your way.

Contributing Authors: Susan M. Boyer, Leslie Budewitz, Luisa Buehler, Lucy Burdette/Roberta Isleib, JoAnna Carl/Eve K. Sandstrom, Joelle Charbonneau, Judy Clemens, Meredith Cole, Sheila Connolly, Deborah Coonts, Barbara D'Amato, Maddi Davidson, Krista Davis, Laura DiSilverio, Hallie Ephron, Kim Fay, Kate Flora, Kaye George, Daryl Wood Gerber/Avery Aames, Barb Goffman, Patricia Gussin, J.A. Hennrikus, Naomi Hirahara, Norma Huss, Polly Iyer, Tammy Kaehler, Laurie R. King, Harley Jane Kozak, Deborah J Ledford, Kylie Logan, Alice Loweecey, Gail Lukasik, Nancy Martin, Sujata Massey, Edith Maxwell, Catriona McPherson, Jenny Milchman, Liz Mugavero, Carla Neggers, Clare O'Donohue, Susan Oleksi, Gigi Pandian, Sandra Parshall, Cathy Pickens, Linda Rodriguez, Chris Roerden, Barbara Ross, Lori Roy, Terry Shames. June Shaw, Clea Simon, Patricia Smiley, Patricia Sprinkle, Rochelle Staab, Kelli Stanley, Diane Vallere, Elaine Viets, Sharon Wildwind

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Thrillers: 100 Must-Reads

Thrillers: 100 Must-Reads
edited by David Morrell and Hank Wagner

Thrillers: 100 Must-Reads features Hank's essay on Masquerade by Gayle Lynds.

An extraordinary volume that bridges the gap between thrillers past and thrillers present, Thrillers: 100 Must-Reads examines 100 of the most mesmerizing thrillers through essays contributed by some of the biggest names in thriller writing today.

Thrillers: 100 Must-Reads features 100 works—from Beowulf to The Bourne Identity, Dracula to Deliverance, Heart of Darkness to The Hunt for Red October—deemed must-reads by the International Thriller Writers organization.

Much more than an anthology, Thrillers: 100 Must-Reads goes deep inside the most notable thrillers published over the centuries. Through lively, spirited, and thoughtful essays that examine each work's significance, impact, and influence, Thrillers: 100 Must-Reads provides both historical and personal perspective on those spellbinding works that have kept readers on the edge of their seats for centuries.

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On the House

"On the House"

When true love goes wrong—a woman's best friend may be her dog. Or—not.

Hank's short story "On The House" originally appeared in the anthology Quarry from Level Best Books. "On the House" was the winner of the 2009 Agatha Award, the 2010 Anthony Award and the 2010 Macavity Award, all for Best Short Story.

"On the House" is now available as a standalone ebook.

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Shaken: Stories For Japan
edited by Timothy Hallinan

Shaken features Hank's story "Father Knows Best"

"Father Knows Best" is a story about Zen murder—a koan in itself!

The collection was born out of the writers' concern for the people in the disaster zone of the Great East Japan Earthquake and resulting tsunami waves. Shaken: Stories For Japan is an attempt by writers to pool their talents to help people in need, as musicians and actors so often do.

The book contains original stories by Brett Battles, Cara Black, Vicki Doudera, Dianne Emley, Dale Furutani, Timothy Hallinan, Stefan Hammond, Rosemary Harris, Naomi Hirahara, Wendy Hornsby, Ken Kuhlken, Debbi Mack, Adrian McKinty, I.J. Parker, Gary Phillips, Jeffrey Siger, Kelli Stanley, C.J. West, Jeri Westerson, and Hank. As a group, these authors have won every mystery award there is and sold hundreds of thousand of copies. They're all working at the top of their games in this volume. Shaken: Stories For Japan is art for heart's sake, and the purchase price will help those who are struggling to repair, or at least soothe, these terrible losses.

Not all the stories are mysteries; the consensus was simply that all writers should submit something that touches on Japan. Linking the stories are haiku by the 17th-century master Basho, translated by Jane Reichhold, and Issa, translated by David Lanoue. Both translators donated their work, as did the cover designer, writer Gar Anthony Haywood, and the e-book producer, Kimberly Hitchens.