Low Down Dirty Vote: A Crime Fiction Anthology

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5.25 X 0.43 X 8.0 inches | 0.48 pounds

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About the Author

Catriona McPherson was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and is the author of several standalone novels for Midnight Ink. She is a four-time winner of the Lefty Award, three-time winner of the Macavity Award, two-time winner of the Agatha Award, and two-time winner of the Anthony Award. Additionally, she has been a finalist or shortlist honoree for more than a dozen major awards. Catriona also writes the Dandy Gilver historical mystery series (Minotaur/Thomas Dunne Books). She is the past president of Sisters in Crime and a member of Mystery Writers of America. She lives in Davis, California.

Mysti works in San Francisco and lives in a forgotten corner of The City with her husband, graphic novelist Dale Berry and a small black rescue cat. An active member of MWA, Sisters in Crime, and ITW, Mysti serves on the board of her local Sisters in Crime chapter (NorCal!) and has previously served on the board of the PSWA and Desert Sleuths chapter of SinC. Mysti is the editor and publisher of Low Down Dirty Vote, two volumes of short stories (with the third launching in May 2022) created to raise money for voting rights work. All three volumes contain stories by award-winning writers. We're especially proud of Faye Snowden for her story One Bullet. One Vote. that has been accepted into Best American Mystery and Suspense 2021. Mysti's short stories have been published in EQMM, AHMM, and several crime-fiction anthologies.


"I highly recommended this fascinating collection of well-written stories that range across time and circumstance. Each one reminds us why the art of storytelling and the right to vote are treasures we should always hold dear.." -- New York Times bestselling author Rebecca Cantrell

"...what a perfect way to commemorate the Fourth of July, by celebrating the right to vote..." Jenn McKinlay, Jungle Red Writers