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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.

Tom Larsen was born and raised in New Jersey and graduated from Rutgers University with a degree in Civil Engineering. H...
06/06/2019
"Keep Portland Weird": Must-Read Crime Flash Fiction By Tom Larsen

Tom Larsen was born and raised in New Jersey and graduated from Rutgers University with a degree in Civil Engineering. He has worked as a carpenter, construction superintendent, small business owner and building inspector. He is the author of six crime novels and his short fiction has appeared in "Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine" and "Mystery Tribune" among others. He and his wife Debby currently live in Cuenca, Ecuador. [ 808 more words ]
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A story by Tom Larsen about a Portland, OR homicide detective who responds to a weird murder on a night when temperatures and emotions run hot.

“The Stain in the Sand”, a psychological suspense short film by Andrew MacLellan, narrates the story of an old man w...
06/03/2019
“The Stain in the Sand”: Psychological Suspense Short Film by Andrew MacLellan

“The Stain in the Sand”, a psychological suspense short film by Andrew MacLellan, narrates the story of an old man who got away with murder. "The Stain in the Sand" is about guilt. The film was inspired by real life unsolved murders, specifically the Bible John murders in Glasgow in the 1960's. The murderer has never been found, so the natural question to ask yourself is, where are they now? [ 238 more words ]
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“The Stain in the Sand”, a psychological suspense short film by Andrew MacLellan, narrates the story of an old man who got away with murder.

The list of best crime, mystery, and thriller books of June 2019 includes irresistible thrillers from authors such as Da...
06/03/2019
Best Crime, Mystery, And Thriller Books Of June 2019

The list of best crime, mystery, and thriller books of June 2019 includes irresistible thrillers from authors such as David Morrell and Denise Mina to traditional mysteries like Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Undead Client by M.J. Downing (see Best Crime, Mystery, And Thriller Books Of April and May 2019 here and here. The March 2019 list can be viewed… [ 1,768 more word ]
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The list of best crime, mystery, and thriller books of June 2019 includes titles from notable authors such as Denise Mina and Hilary Davidson.

The International Thriller Writers Awards are awarded by International Thriller Writers (ITW) at the annual Thrillerfest...
05/30/2019
2019 ITW Thriller Award Nominees: A Complete Overview

The International Thriller Writers Awards are awarded by International Thriller Writers (ITW) at the annual Thrillerfest conferences for outstanding work in the field since 2006. For 2019, finalists include established names such as Jeffery Deaver and Duane Swierczynski, as well as international authors including Jane Harper and C. J. Tudor. What follows is the complete list of finalists for the 2019 ITW Thriller Awards: [ 4,590 more words ]
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The International Thriller Writers Awards 2019 are awarded by International Thriller Writers (ITW) at the Thrillerfest conferences for outstanding work.

ABC Studios International plans to produce an adaptation of Holly Throsby’s novel Goodwood for Australian broadcaster ...
05/29/2019
ABC Studios International To Create Australian Mystery "Goodwood"

ABC Studios International plans to produce an adaptation of Holly Throsby’s novel Goodwood for Australian broadcaster ABC. The project marks the first collaboration between ABC International and Endemol Shine, a sibling company. The pair are producing the mystery, coming-of-age love story, which is written by Alison Bell and Sarah Scheller, the team behind the ABC comedy, The Letdown, according to Deadline. [ 218 more words ]
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ABC Studios International plans to produce an adaptation of Holly Throsby’s novel Goodwood for Australian broadcaster ABC.

Paul Kindlon has previously published 10 short stories, 9 poems, 30 polemics, a brief Memoir and a collection of Aphoris...
05/28/2019
"We Are Not Amused": Dark Flash Fiction By Paul Kindlon

Paul Kindlon has previously published 10 short stories, 9 poems, 30 polemics, a brief Memoir and a collection of Aphorisms. The complete collection of flash fiction by Mr. Kindlon on Mystery Tribune including Etiology of a Tragedy and Matryoshka can be viewed here. Paul Kindlon lives somewhere in New York State. ***** Johnny just finished telling a joke about a cartoon character who was thrown from the top of a castle by an evil princess, but survived. [ 528 more words ]
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We Are Not Amused by Paul Kindlon is a dark flash fiction piece about the occasional tragedy and sad comedy of being a dwarf.

Harris Coverley has short fiction published or forthcoming in Lovecraftiana, Schlock! Webzine, and Speculative 66, among...
05/23/2019
Mystery Flash Fiction: Across A Knife Edge By Harris Coverley

Harris Coverley has short fiction published or forthcoming in Lovecraftiana, Schlock! Webzine, and Speculative 66, amongst others. He lives in Manchester, England. ***** At approximately 3pm on the 4th June, Darren Clifford left the court house a free man, unanimously ruled not guilty of the murder of his business partner Sean Tyndall, and amidst the crowd of journalists and well-wishers, was greeted and hugged by none other than the murdered man’s daughter herself, Louise Tyndall. [ 738 more words ]
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In Across A Knife Edge by Harris Coverley, a man responsible for a murder has been assisted to a verdict of not guilty by the victim's daughter.

Pearl Vol. 1, the new series by the Peabody Award-winning creators of Jessica Jones, Brian Michael Bendis (Superman, Pow...
05/22/2019
Tattoo Artists, Assassins, and American Yakuza In Pearl By Brian Michael Bendis

Pearl Vol. 1, the new series by the Peabody Award-winning creators of Jessica Jones, Brian Michael Bendis (Superman, Powers) and Michael Gaydos (Alias) begins a masterful saga involving art, crime, loyalty and passion. Pearl Tanaka is an outsider among outsiders. A Japanese American with albinism, she was born into a world ruled by the American yakuza. Now she uses her unequaled skills as a tattoo artist to make a living in San Francisco, and all that she owes to the yakuza is the occasional kickback from her shop. [ 140 more words ]
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Pearl Vol. 1, the new series by Award-winning Brian Michael Bendis begins a masterful saga involving art, crime, loyalty and passion.

Deep Past, the new novel by Eugene Linden, draws on his celebrated non-fiction investigations into what makes humans dif...
05/22/2019
Adventure Thriller Books Excerpt: Deep Past By Eugene Linden

Deep Past, the new novel by Eugene Linden, draws on his celebrated non-fiction investigations into what makes humans different from other species to create a fascinating adventure thriller. The book mixes fact and the fantastical, the realities of academic politics, and high stakes geopolitics—engaging the reader throughout the story. In Deep Past, a routine dig in Kazakhstan takes a radical turn for thirty-two-year-old anthropologist Claire Knowland when a stranger turns up at the site with a bizarre find from a remote section of the desolate Kazakh Steppe. [ 1,930 more word ]
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Deep Past by Eugene Linden draws on his non-fiction investigations into what makes humans different from other species to create a fascinating thriller.

From Dervla McTiernan, the author of The Ruin, The Scholar is a compulsive new crime thriller set in the competitive, cu...
05/20/2019
Our Irish Crime Fiction Pick: The Scholar By Dervla McTiernan

From Dervla McTiernan, the author of The Ruin, The Scholar is a compulsive new crime thriller set in the competitive, cutthroat world of research and academia, where the brightest minds will stop at nothing to succeed. When Dr. Emma Sweeney stumbles across the victim of a hit-and-run outside Galway University early one morning, she calls her boyfriend, Detective Cormac Reilly, bringing him first to the scene of a murder that would otherwise never have been assigned to him. [ 155 more words ]
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From Dervla McTiernan, the author of The Ruin, The Scholar is a compulsive new crime thriller set in the competitive world of research and academia.

Howl, a short Psychological thriller film by Jamie Sims, features the story of a Primary school teacher struggling to pr...
05/19/2019
Watch "Howl": An Amazing Psychological Thriller Short Film By Jamie Sims

Howl, a short Psychological thriller film by Jamie Sims, features the story of a Primary school teacher struggling to protect a new pupil from a strange man who lingers at the playground fence. The film hopes to regenerate interest in the horror/monster genre through combining metaphorical parallels between a common evil within society (child abusers/pedophilia) and a traditional creature of nightmares. [ 257 more words ]
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Howl, Psychological thriller short film by Jamie Sims, features the story of a Primary school teacher struggling to protect a new pupil from a strange man.

FloodZone is an expansive photographic project by Anastasia Samoylova reflecting and responding to the problem of rising...
05/19/2019
FloodZone: Landscape Photography Of Anastasia Samoylova

FloodZone is an expansive photographic project by Anastasia Samoylova reflecting and responding to the problem of rising sea levels. What follows is a representative sample of photography from FloodZone along with an overview of this project in artist's words. ***** The FloodZone project began in Miami in 2016 when I moved to the area. This was my first experience living in a tropical environment. [ 314 more words ]
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FloodZone is an expansive photographic project by Anastasia Samoylova reflecting and responding to the problem of rising sea levels.

Louise Candlish received rave reviews last year for her us US debut Our House and her new novel, Those People, brings th...
05/17/2019
Our Suspense Thriller Pick: Those People By Louise Candlish

Louise Candlish received rave reviews last year for her us US debut Our House and her new novel, Those People, brings the same level of quality to suspense fans. In Those People, Candlish delves further into the lives of homeowners in her own devious was asking the question: Could your neighbor make you angry enough to kill? For the families on Lowland Way, the street is idyllic. [ 239 more words ]
https://www.mysterytribune.com/our-suspense-thriller-pick-those-people-by-louise-candlish/

Louise Candlish received rave reviews last year for her us US debut Our House and her new novel, Those People, brings the same quality to suspense fans.

A standout novel of suspense that takes place on the Chesapeake Bay, Blood on the Chesapeake by Randy Overbeck, is a spe...
05/16/2019
Mystery Book Excerpt: Blood On The Chesapeake By Randy Overbeck

A standout novel of suspense that takes place on the Chesapeake Bay, Blood on the Chesapeake by Randy Overbeck, is a spellbinding tale about what happens when past and present collide. The book narrates the story of protagonist Darrell Henshaw, a high school history teacher and football coach, who is looking to make a fresh start in life. And what better place than charming, picturesque Wilshire, Maryland? [ 1,553 more word ]
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A standout novel of suspense that takes place on the Chesapeake Bay, Blood on the Chesapeake by Randy Overbeck, is indeed a page-turner.

Rebecca Shepard has published fiction in Storidigm, Wussy Mag, and the Zodiac Review, poetry in the Cobalt Review and CC...
05/15/2019
Call No Man Happy Until He Is Dead, But Only Lucky By Rebecca Shepard

Rebecca Shepard has published fiction in Storidigm, Wussy Mag, and the Zodiac Review, poetry in the Cobalt Review and CC&D, translations in Babel, Op-Eds in The Daily Camera, and have been interviewed by The New York Times, Westword, and The Daily Camera. ***** What got to me is how people act like something’s finished when nothing ever is. I studied classical philosophy for two years in bumf**k white-field-land before I looked a newspaper dead in the eye and saw… [ 997 more words ]
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A flash fiction by Rebecca Shepard about a mentally disturbed ex-student of Classical philosophy who commits murder based on an alternate logic of justice.

The new cozy mystery Antiques Ravin' by Barbara Allan, the joint pseudonym of husband-and-wife mystery writers Barbara a...
05/09/2019
Fun Cozy Plot And Manic Humor: Antiques Ravin' By Barbara Allan

The new cozy mystery Antiques Ravin' by Barbara Allan, the joint pseudonym of husband-and-wife mystery writers Barbara and Max Allan Collins, is a humorous addition to the Trash ’n’ Treasures Mystery series. The votes are in! Eccentric seventy-something Vivian Borne—elected county sheriff, to everyone’s amazement but her own—springs into action. In her new role, the community playhouse diva appoints daughter Brandy reluctant deputy and makes their spunky shih tzu Sushi a K-9 unit of one. [ 205 more words ]
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The new cozy mystery novel Antiques Ravin' by Barbara Allan is a humorous addition to the Trash ’n’ Treasures Mystery series.

In The Alchemist of Lost Souls, author Mary Lawrence offers yet another realistic evocation of 16th century London’s u...
05/06/2019
Historical Mystery Excerpt: The Alchemist Of Lost Souls By Mary Lawrence

In The Alchemist of Lost Souls, author Mary Lawrence offers yet another realistic evocation of 16th century London’s underside with an absorbing plot: a dangerous element discovered by Bianca Goddard's father falls into the wrong hands, leading to a chain of multiple murders. Mary Lawrence lives in Maine and worked in the medical field for more than twenty-five years before publishing her debut mystery, The Alchemist's Daughter (2015). [ 3,277 more words ]
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In The Alchemist of Lost Souls, author Mary Lawrence offers yet another realistic evocation of 16th century London’s underside with an absorbing plot.

There is beauty in emptiness and isolation and the photography work of Emmanuel Monzon, "Urban Sprawl”, is a proof. Fr...
05/03/2019
Beauty In Emptiness And Isolation: Photography By Emmanuel Monzon

There is beauty in emptiness and isolation and the photography work of Emmanuel Monzon, "Urban Sprawl”, is a proof. French born, Seattle-based Monzon was trained as a painter, he has graduated in Beaux-Arts of Paris and has always seen himself as a painter. He uses the photography as a transitional passage and the visual environment as his raw material. Monzon travels a lot in the American West, around the deserts where urban settlements, surrounded by suburbs, meet industrial areas and a no-man’s lands of rocks and sand. [ 225 more words ]
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There is beauty in emptiness, solitude and isolation and the photography work of Emmanuel Monzon, "Urban Sprawl”, is a proof.

Our new list of best Russian crime drama, mystery and thriller shows on Netflix includes suspenseful thrillers such as T...
05/03/2019
Best Russian Crime Drama, Mystery And Thriller Shows On Netflix: 2019 Edition

Our new list of best Russian crime drama, mystery and thriller shows on Netflix includes suspenseful thrillers such as The Sniffer as well as high-profile historical shows such as Trotsky. With their unique setting, complex characters, and exciting plots, the following crime shows are among the most exciting series out there in the streaming universe. Our more comprehensive list of best crime drama and thriller shows on Netflix for 2019 can be viewed [ 709 more words ]
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Our new list of best Russian crime drama, and mystery shows on Netflix includes suspenseful thrillers such as well as high-profile historical shows.

Paul Kindlon has previously published 10 short stories, 9 poems, 30 polemics, a brief Memoir and a collection of Aphoris...
05/02/2019
The Usurper: Flash Fiction About Murder And Rap Music By Paul Kindlon

Paul Kindlon has previously published 10 short stories, 9 poems, 30 polemics, a brief Memoir and a collection of Aphorisms. Mystery Tribune has previously published Etiology of a Tragedy and Matryoshka among others from Mr. Kindlon. He lives somewhere in New York State. ***** The police were baffled. There were no signs of forced entry. Both the front door and back door were locked. [ 599 more words ]
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The Usurper, crime flash fiction by Paul Kindlon, narrates story of the unsolved murder of a man in the world of Rap music.

Miscreant, a crime short film by Rocky Ramsey, narrates story of a young law-school student who explains to detectives h...
05/02/2019
Watch Miscreant: An Amazing Crime Short Film By Rocky Ramsey

Miscreant, a crime short film by Rocky Ramsey, narrates story of a young law-school student who explains to detectives how he came to be found in a house with three dead bodies. Rocky Ramsey, director behind this short suspense film, was born in San Francisco, raised in Oakland CA. He attended the USC School of Cinematic Arts, Film and Television Production program with an emphasis in writing and directing. [ 122 more words ]
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Miscreant, short film by Rocky Ramsey, narrates story of a student who explains to detectives how he came to be found in a house with three dead bodies.

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