Thirteen piece of short fiction, and thirteen nonfiction articles/essays, by the masterful David J. Schow.
Blanche Lake’s daughter Bunny has gone missing from her daycare—and nobody, not even the police, believe that Bunny ever existed in the first place.
In this taut thriller, Mrs. White begins to suspect that her husband is really a serial killer, whose gruesome murders have rocked a small Connecticut town.
A monster is stalking the crumbling streets of Detroit—a perverse artist who kills a teenager and replaces his lower legs with those of a fawn…
The second Tim Waverly novel after Michigan Roll sees the gambler forced into a high-stakes poker game to buy his way to freedom from a vengeful mafioso.
With savage fury, a hitchhiker began a rampage that ended in a young millionaire losing his hand. Investigating why—and finding the hand—may cost Dr. Henry Riddle his sanity.
Starlet Kitten Agnew will land the role of her dreams or die aboard a transcontinental train; the choice comes down to Viv Spender, twisted Hollywood director and her onetime lover.
When his cat is slain by a hit-and-run driver, Joseph Meaker transforms from serene intellectual to crazed killer as he sets out to have his revenge.
Sydney, an American writer of murder-mysteries, falls under suspicion of murder when his English wife Alicia left for London and never returned…
Clumsy physics grad student stumbles onto a small group of conspirators smuggling atomic bomb parts into the US, mining major cities with radioactive death.
The tale of two cities facing atomic war—one has a well-practiced Civil Defense group, the other does not. Soviet attack shows them which city had the right idea.