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THE LATEST ALEX
Once the greatest manufacturing center in the world, the city of Detroit
is now literally burning itself to the ground. And even though Alex
McKnight was sworn to serve and protect the city as a police officer, a
trip to Motown these days is a trip to a past he'd just as soon forget.
So he's more than happy to stay in the little town of Paradise, three
hundred miles and half a lifetime away.
But then he gets a call from his old sergeant. It turns out that Darryl
King, a young man he helped put away in his last month on the job, will
be getting out of prison. The same man who brutally murdered a woman at
the train station, about to walk free. When the sergeant invites him
downstate to have a drink for old times' sake, it's an offer that Alex
would normally refuse. But there's a certain female FBI agent Alex can't
stop thinking about. So he gets in his truck and he goes back to
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CONTRIBUTES TO TRIBUTE TO EDGAR ALLAN POE
Steve's essay on the Grand
Master of mystery and horror, Edgar Allan Poe, is
published in a tribute book edited by Michael
IN THE SHADOW OF THE MASTER
commemorates the 200th anniversary of Poe's birth,
collecting sixteen of his best tales accompanied by
twenty essays by well-known writers.
For more information on
IN THE SHADOW OF THE MASTER, click on its cover picture.
If you didn't catch my original short story,
A Shovel With My Name On It, in the e-zine
Plots with Guns, you can read it
Filmmaker Nick Childs adapted it into a short film starring
David Strathairn and it went on to win Best Narrative Short
at the Tribeca Film Festival, Special Jury Award at the USA Film
Festival, and the Gold Remi Award at the Houston
To download the film via iTunes,
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