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Karin Slaughter’s Story from Vengeance Anthology Wins Edgar Award

May 06, 2013 in Fiction, Mulholland News, Short Stories

Mystery Writers of America Presents VengeanceWe were beyond thrilled to hear that Karin Slaughter’s propulsive story “The Unremarkable Heart” won Best Short Story at last week’s Edgar Awards. This story appears in our anthology, Mystery Writers of America Presents Vengeance, which is just out in paperback.

In the spirit of Short Story Month—which is, you guessed it, May—we’d like to give you a chance to win this star-studded story collection. Simply comment below with your favorite mystery story for a chance to win. See below for our terms and conditions.

While you’re waiting to the sweepstakes to close, we encourage you to visit our mystery story advent calendar, which recommends a chilling new story every day in May.

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5 Responses »

  1. Murder in the rue morgue .

  2. Favorite mystery story is Arthur Conan Doyle’s “The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton” in which Sherlock Holmes goes undercover to “romance” a maid in the household of Milverton, a blackmailer. He and Watson go to the other side to save their client, silently witnessing the solution to everyone’s trouble.
    Great story, excellent pacing and suspense.

  3. The Lottery by Shirley Jackson

  4. Finder by Greg Rucka.

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