Crime Hits Home: A Collection of Stories from Crime Fiction's Top Authors (Original)
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The newest anthology from Mystery Writers of America explores the theme of home and the crimes that endanger it, with stories by Ellen Hart, Naomi Hirahara, Walter Mosley, Sara Paretsky and more.
Everyone comes from someplace. Everyone has somewhere they feel safe. Some people have found their home and are content where they are. Others feel trapped and yearn to go somewhere else. Many are somewhere else and yearn to go back. But evenin these safest of places, sometimes...crime hits home. What happens then?
In this volume, MWA brings together some of today's biggest crime writers--and some of our most exciting new talents--to consider this question. Each writer has defined home as they see fit: a place, a group, a feeling. The crime can come from without or within. What happens when crime hits home?
Featuring stories from:
Neil S. Plakcy
Connie Johnson Hambley
G. Miki Hayden
Bonnie Hearn Hill
Hanover Square Press
April 19, 2022
6.06 X 9.13 X 1.34 inches | 1.1 pounds
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About the Author
S.J. Rozan is the author of sixteen novels and over seventy-five short stories. Her work has won the Edgar, Anthony, Shamus, Nero and Macavity Awards, and the Japanese Maltese Falcon Award. In 2016 she was given the Private Eye Writers of America Life Achievement Award. She has served on the national boards of MWA and Sisters in Crime and as president of PWA. She edited Bronx Noir, an NAIBA Notable Book of the Year, and coedited Dark End of the Street.