Black Cat Weekly #14

Barb Goffman and Others
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Publisher Description

Welcome to Black Cat Weekly #14.

Over the next few issues, you will note a number of changes coming to Black Cat Weekly. We have been expanding our staff of editors, and this issue Michael Brachen brings us his first selection, “A Ship Called Pandora,” by Melodie Campbell—which fits neatly in both the science fiction and mystery genres! Barb Goffman has an off week, since we’re using one of her own stories—“Whose Wine Is It Anyway?” which was a nominee for the Agatha, Anthony, and Macavity Awards.

Of course, we also have several mystery novels—a Mr. Pinkerton puzzler by Zenith Brown and a classic Nick Carter detective story. And don’t miss this issue’s Solve-It-Yourself mystery by Hal Charles.

On the science fiction and fantasy side, Michael Brachen brings us his first selection, “A Ship Called Pandora,” by Melodie Campbell—which fits neatly in both the science fiction and mystery genres! (No, you’re not suffering from deja vu. I’m just repeating myself.) New acquiring editor Darrell Schweitzer makes his first selection for BCW with Tom Purdom’s “Madame Pompadour’s Blade,” which combines French history and magic. (Next issue we hope to have a selection from Cynthia M. Ward, another new acquiring editor who is joining th staff.) Plus we have a classic short by Henry Kutttner, a modern short storoy by the late Larry Tritten, a short novel Edmond Hamilton, and I’ve snuck in a fantasy of my own, “Dreamtime in Adjaphon.”

Here’s the complete lineup:

Mysteries / Suspense
“Saving Downtown Abbey,” by Hal Charles [Solve-It-Yourself Mystery]
Two Against Scotland Yard, by Zenith Brown [novel]
“Whose Wine Is It Anyway?” by Barb Goffman [short story]
A Cigarette Clue, by Nicholas Carter [novel]
“A Ship Called Pandora,” by Melodie Campbell [short story]

Science Fiction & Fantasy
“A Ship Called Pandora,” by Melodie Campbell [short story]
“Dreamtime In Adjaphon,” by John Gregory Betancourt [short story]
“Hydra,” by Henry Kuttner [short story]
“Madame Pompadour’s Blade,” by Tom Purdom [short story]
“The Dead Woods,” by Larry Tritten [short story]
Battle For The Stars, by Edmond Hamilton [short novel]

GENRE
Crime & Thrillers
RELEASED
2021
5 December
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
656
Pages
PUBLISHER
Wildside Press
SIZE
1.7
MB

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