Monthly Archives: December 2021


From our family to yours, wishing a happy and healthful 2022 to all. Stick with us for another year of mystery fiction.

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Wishing you a happy, healthy, and warm holiday with just the right amount of mystery.

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The Mystery of Sports (by Eli Cranor)

It’s not often that we see the topic of sports mysteries on this blog, and this time we’ve got one from a former professional athlete. Eli Cranor played quarterback at every level: peewee to professional, and then coached high school football for … Continue reading

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Messy Disposals: Sir Henry Merrivale vs. Erast Fandorin (by R.T. Raichev)

R. T. Raichev is one of EQMM’s regular contributors of short-story length classical mysteries—though they always have a modern edge! His story “To Slay a Stranger” appeared in our September/October 2021 issue and we have more of his stories coming up in 2022. … Continue reading

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To Girlfriend or Not To Girlfriend (by Andrew Welsh-Huggins)

Andrew Welsh-Huggins is a reporter covering criminal-justice issues for The Associated Press in Columbus, Ohio. He is also the author of seven mystery novels featuring P.I. Andy Hayes. It’s a series Publishers Weekly has called “Intriguing,” but writing any series … Continue reading

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