Synopses & Reviews
The annual that has included the likes of Joyce Carol Oates and Max Allan Collins is back with another array of traditional mysteries and tales of crime and suspense from its usual roster of luminaries. Besides presenting twenty of the year's finest crime and mystery stories, from Sharan Newman and James W. Hall to Anne Perry and Jeffery Deaver, The Deadly Bride is also the only annual to feature a roundup of the year in mystery. This invaluable overview includes everything the true fan needs to know about the year in crime and mystery, from a comprehensive list of award-winners and essays on the state of the art to obituaries and an annotated bibiliography of the year's releases.
About the Author
Ed Gorman, longtime editor and publisher of Mystery Scene Magazine, is the author of the Sam McCain mystery series for Carroll and Graf. He coedited, with Martin H. Greenberg, the anthologies The Fine Art of Murder and The Big Book of Noir. He lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Martin H. Greenberg is coeditor of a trilogy of Sherlock Holmesian anthologies for Carroll and Graf, among crime fiction's most awarded anthologies. He lives in Green Bay, Wisconsin.