R.Austin Freeman,George Smith,Matthew Hughes,Hal Charles,SJ Rozan,E.E.“Doc” Smith,Nicholas Carter,Irving Cox Jr.,Ashley-Ruth M. Bernier

Black Cat Weekly #48

For this week's Black Cat Weekly, Michael Bracken has acquired an original mystery by Ashley-Ruth M. Bernier, Barb Goffman found a tale by SJ Rozan that will surely satisfy crime fans, and Cynthia Ward tracked down a Matthew Hughes story. Plus, for the sheer silliness of it all, there’s a Mickey Spillane parody from 1954 (which manages to be both a mystery and fantasy…but wasn’t everything of Spillane’s?) and classics from R. Austin Freeman (a Dr Thorndyke story), a Nick Carter detective novel, and the first Skylark of Space novel by E.E. “Doc” Smith.

Here’s the complete lineup:

Mysteries / Suspense / Adventure:

“Ripen,” by Ashley-Ruth M. Bernier [Michael Bracken Presents short story]
“Death Takes a Swing,” by Hal Charles [Solve-It-Yourself Mystery]
“E-Golem,” by SJ Rozan [Barb Goffman Presents short story]
“The Case Of Oscar Brodski,” by R. Austin Freeman [short story]
A Human Counterfeit, by Nicholas Carter [novel]
“The Shaky Undertaker,” by Ed Cox [short story]

Science Fiction & Fantasy:

“The Shaky Undertaker,” by Ed Cox [short story]
“To the Sons of Tomorrow,” by Irving Cox, Jr. [short story]
“Mastermindless,” by Matthew Hughes [Cynthia Ward Presents short story]
“Problem In Solid,” by George O. Smith [short story]
“Sequel,” by Ben Smith [short story]
The Skylark of Space, by E.E. “Doc” Smith [novel]
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