R. Barri Flowers is an award-winning, best-selling crime writer with more than forty books and dozens of short stories published. His mystery novels include State's Evidence, Justice Served, and Persuasive Evidence. A noir mystery, "The Wrong End of a Gun," appears in the anthology, Seattle Noir. As a distinguished criminologist and Wall of Fame Award recipient, crime nonfiction by Flowers includes College Crime. The author lives in Oregon.Jan Grape, award-winning author, who won an Anthony for Best Short Story, "A Front Row Seat." Her Policewoman series novels are: Austin City Blue (nominated for a Best First Anthony) and Dark Blue Death. Her stand-alone, What Doesn't Kill You is due Sept. '10. Ms. Grape lives in the Texas Hill County with her two black cats, Nick and Nora.
An outstanding collection of historical and modern day tales of murder, mystery, suspense, and true crime by bestselling, award-winning authors of the American Crime Writers League. Mystery buffs will find something tantalizing for every taste. Contributors include winners of and nominees for Agatha, Anthony, Bram Stoker, Derringer, Edgar, Golden Dagger, Left Coast Crime, Macavity, Shamus, and Lifetime Achievement Awards. A must for any collector of mystery anthologies!