I’ll have a story in Fault Lines, the 2019 Northern California chapter of Sisters in Crime anthology set to launch in late March just in time for the Left Coast Crime Convention in Vancouver. The story is called, “Please See Me,” and it was inspired by an old term paper on crime that my mother wrote in college. Big thanks to the Sisters in Crime Nor Cal chapter for publishing Fault Lines, especially editor, Margaret Lucke.
Here’s the full list of authors and story titles:
Ana Brazil: Kate Chopin Tussles with a Novel Ending
Diana Chambers: Trip to Paradise
Carol Elkovich: True Culprit
David Hagerty: SPEDing Toward Self-Destruction
Vinnie Hansen: The Last Word
Katherine Bolger Hyde: Trouble at Tor House
Judith Janeway (Judith Wrubel): Get a Life
Mariah Klein: Whose Fault?
Mariella Krause: 17 Ways to Kill your Co-Worker
Susan Kuchinskas: No Fault Murder
Deborah Lacy: Please See Me
Bette Golden Lamb: The Old Studio
J.J. Lamb: Two Buck Hitch
Margaret Lucke: Two Hundred Miles
Susan C. Shea: The Champagne Girl
Robin C. Stuart: SegFault
Nancy Tingley: IF, IF, IF
CJ Verburg: Birdbrain
Once the anthology is available, I will post the cover and links here.