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Mystery Tribune Mystery Tribune magazine is a celebration of excellence in mystery and suspense.

Mystery Tribune is a magazine about these authors and their books. We search the globe to find great reads and authors who inspire, excite and thrill us with their writing. With a heavy focus on fine writing and original thought in the mystery literature, our coverage provides readers with a unique overview of the short stories, fictions, and news from promising new voices as well as some of the most distinguished names in the genre. Mystery Tribune was founded in 2011 in New York and is now being powered by a team of contributors from around the world.

12 Best Comic Books And Graphic Novels Featuring Joker
06/19/2020
12 Best Comic Books And Graphic Novels Featuring Joker

12 Best Comic Books And Graphic Novels Featuring Joker

For fans of the new Joker movie who are craving for more, we have compiled an exciting collection of best comic books featuring Gotham's famous villain.

George Garnet, author of Don't Get Alone, has published short fiction in Switchblade, Out Of The Gutter, Mystery Weekly,...
06/18/2020
Don't Get Alone: Noir Short Fiction By George Garnet

George Garnet, author of Don't Get Alone, has published short fiction in Switchblade, Out Of The Gutter, Mystery Weekly, The Dark City Crime and Mystery Magazine, The Literary Hatchet and elsewhere. In his free time he enjoys reshaping pieces of wood into African Masks. He lives in Melbourne. ***** "Don't get alone when you..." the old man mumbles to himself while rounding the corner of the dilapidated pawn shop building, and bumps into one of the dope dealers. [ 1,168 more word ]
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The message behind Don't Get Alone, noir flash fiction by George Garnet is clear and simple: Don't get alone when you get old.

In The Art of Deception, USA Today bestselling author Leonard Goldberg returns with another puzzling case for the daught...
06/15/2020
The Art of Deception And Daughter of Sherlock Holmes

In The Art of Deception, USA Today bestselling author Leonard Goldberg returns with another puzzling case for the daughter of Sherlock Holmes that will be highly enjoyed for fans of Sherlock Holmes as well as Laurie R. King and Charles Finch. In the west end of London, an apparently crazed individual is on the loose, breaking into art galleries and private homes to slash valuable paintings of women. [ 234 more words ]
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In The Art of Deception, USA Today bestselling author Leonard Goldberg returns with another puzzling case for the daughter of Sherlock Holmes.

Our list of best visually striking crime movies on Netflix includes classic titles like Cape Fear (with Robert De Niro) ...
06/12/2020
21 Best Visually Striking Crime Movies On Netflix: 2020 Edition

Our list of best visually striking crime movies on Netflix includes classic titles like Cape Fear (with Robert De Niro) and futuristic titles such as Snowpiercer. Note: If you're looking for exciting TV shows on Netflix, you can also check out The 57 Best Crime Drama and Thriller Shows On Netflix: 2020 Edition. The List of 21 Best Visually Striking Crime Movies On Netflix… [ 1,428 more word ]
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Our list of best visually striking crime movies on Netflix includes classic titles like Cape Fear and futuristic titles such as Snowpiercer.

Secret Histories And Mysterious Societies
06/12/2020
Secret Histories And Mysterious Societies

Secret Histories And Mysterious Societies

In the essay "Secret Histories And Mysterious Societies", Tobias Carroll takes a look at two genre-bending crime novels that are taking place hidden from

Across The Lake: Noir Short Fiction By Joe Golc
06/11/2020
Across The Lake: Noir Short Fiction By Joe Golc

Across The Lake: Noir Short Fiction By Joe Golc

Joe Golc, author of Across The Lake, has previously published short fiction in the Wire’s Dream Magazine. In "Across the Lake", a former Park Ranger

Zach Murphy, author of Why The River?, is a Hawaii-born writer with a background in cinema. His stories have appeared in...
06/08/2020
Why The River?: Neo-Noir Flash Fiction By Zach Murphy

Zach Murphy, author of Why The River?, is a Hawaii-born writer with a background in cinema. His stories have appeared in Peculiars Magazine, Ellipsis Zine, Emerge Literary Journal, The Bitchin’ Kitsch, Ghost City Review, Lotus-eater, WINK, Drunk Monkeys, and Fat Cat Magazine. He lives with his wonderful wife Kelly in St. Paul, Minnesota. ***** Shannon sat in her tattered recliner chair and scowled at the cheesy infomercials on the television. [ 498 more words ]
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In Why The River?, neo-noir flash fiction by Zach Murphy, a mother seeks justice for her son, who died in a hazing incident.

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Mystery Tribune magazine is a celebration of excellence in mystery and suspense. In our view, mystery is not limited to reading but can be a multi-sensory experience. It encompasses many artistic products such as photography, film, music and comics.

Our aim is to excite and inspire our readers by showcasing the finest examples of such artistic work via publishing daily articles as well as print and digital issues.

With the firm belief that “behind extraordinary mystery books or pieces of art, there are extraordinary people”, we search the globe to bring you the most captivating work from both established authors and creatives as well as emerging talents. Mystery Tribune was founded in 2011 in New York and is now being powered by a team of contributors from around the world.

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Rachel Kester said of Emma Lathen's work: "The 25th to 30th and beyond include Thatcher and his daughter, Elizabeth, Head of IT and VC investments, who evolves into the CEO, moves the bank to Ireland for tax and regulatory reasons, and more." Was she having us on, or am I missing something?