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by Phil Mann,Kris Neri,Jamie Wallace,Cory Newman,Nathan Walpow,Goy Toltl Kinman,Susan B. Casmier,Aljean Harmetz,Cynthia Lawrence,Kate Thornton
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  • Author:
    Phil Mann,Kris Neri,Jamie Wallace,Cory Newman,Nathan Walpow,Goy Toltl Kinman,Susan B. Casmier,Aljean Harmetz,Cynthia Lawrence,Kate Thornton
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    0966347323
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    Uglytown Productions; 1st edition (May 1, 2000)
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A Deadly Dozen book Includes stories by Kris Neri, Cory Newman, Nathan Walpow, Ekaterine Nikas, Gay Toltl Kinman, Jamie Wallace, Phil Mann, Kate Thornton, Lisa Seidman, Gayle McGary, Joan Myers, and Dorothy Rellas.

Includes stories by Kris Neri, Cory Newman, Nathan Walpow, Ekaterine Nikas, Gay Toltl Kinman, Jamie Wallace, Phil Mann, Kate Thornton, Lisa Seidman, Gayle McGary, Joan Myers, and Dorothy Rellas. Features "Push Comes to Shove" by Nathan Walpow-selected by Otto Penzler for inclusion in Houghton Mifflin's Best American Mystery Stories 2001 and the 2001 Agatha Award-nominated "Miss Parker & the Cutter-Sanborn Tables" by Gay Toltl Kinman.

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A Deadly Dozen Phil Mann; Kris Neri; Jamie Wallace; Cory Newman; Nathan Walpow; Kate Thornton; Goy Toltl Kinman; Susan B. Casmier; Aljean Harmetz and Cynthia Lawrence. Phil Mann; Kris Neri; Jamie Wallace; Cory Newman; Nathan Walpow; Kate Thornton; Goy Toltl Kinman. Mann, Phil; Neri, Kris; Wallace, Jamie; Newman, Cory; Walpow, Nathan; Thornton, Kate; Kinman, Goy Toltl. Published by Uglytown Productions.

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Aljean Harmetz Cynthia Lawrence Susan B. Casmier Uglytown (May 2000) .

Call it fate, call it chance-either way, it’ll change your life. Thus acclaimed mystery writer Kris Neri opens this gripping collection of twelve tales crafted by members of the Los Angeles Chapter of Sisters in Crime, a national network of authors engaged in the art of the mystery. Then Nathan Walpow offers his spare, direct prose in Push Comes to Shove, a story that immerses the reader in the shadowy world of pro wrestling. Walpow thrusts the story forward in a no-holds-barred momentum that does not let up until the final slam at the end.

Other authors: Goy Toltl Kinman (Contributor), Phil Mann (Contributor), Kris Neri (Contributor), Nathan Walpow (Contributor). Includes stories by Kris Neri, Cory Newman, Nathan Walpow, Ekaterine Nikas, Gay Toltl Kinman, Jamie Wallace, Phil Mann, Kate Thornton, Lisa Seidman, Gayle McGary, Joan Myers and Dorothy Rellas.

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An urban vigilante and a mysterious young woman decide someone's gotten away with murder just a little too long

An urban vigilante and a mysterious young woman decide someone's gotten away with murder just a little too long

Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings (The National Gallery of Art & Abrams Books, 2018). Sally Mann (Faces) (Gagosian, 2006).

Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings (The National Gallery of Art & Abrams Books, 2018). Remembered Light: Cy Twombly in Lexington (Gagosian & Abrams Books, 2016). Hold Still (Little, Brown, 2015). The Flesh and The Spirit (Aperture, 2010). Proud Flesh (Gagosian & Aperture, 2009). Deep South (Bulfinch, 2005).

Of Past & Present is the first release from pianist and composer Jameson Nathan Jones. The project was born out of a series of recorded piano improvisations and experimentations. With the assistance of cellist friend, Otávio Kavakama, these ideas were taken and developed into this five track EP. Drawing from his background as a classically trained pianist, Jameson combines his love for strong melody with an ever evolving sense of exploration. While his style is difficult to specify, he pulls great inspiration from impressionism, minimalism, electronica, and neo-classicism.

by Oliver Wallace and Peggy Lee on Lady and the Tramp . Disney Hits Oliver Wallace, Chorus - Sleeping Beauty, John Goodman, Ensemble - Tangled, Ernie Sabella, The Nite Trippers, Dr. John, Brad Garrett, The Hall Johnson Choir, Mandy Moore, Joseph Williams, Ensemble - Beauty and the Beast, Auli'i Cravalho, Phil Harris, Shakira, Owl City, Anthony Gonzalez, Jeffrey Tambor, Jodi Benson, Idina Menzel, Ilene Woods, Rascal Flatts, Jim Carmichael, Cliff Edwards, Zachary Levi, Fall Out Boy, Brad.

Tales of Murder from Los Angeles.

The new mystery anthology featuring crime fiction from members of Sisters in Crime/Los Angeles. They're seedy or glamorous ... Hollywood or Malibu ... cool, enraged, or totally fed up--meet a collection of fascinating culprits plotting deadly deeds in this anthology of gripping crime fiction from a thrill-minded group of Los Angeles writers.

Includes "Sentence Imposed" by Kris Neri, "Wifely Duties" by Cory Newman, "Push Comes to Shove" by Nathan Walpow, "Fatal Tears" by Ekaterine Nikas, "Miss Parker & the Cutter-Sanborn Tables" by Gay Toltl Kinman, "Driven to Kill" by Jamie Wallace, "Touch of a Vanish'd Hand" by Phil Mann, "Ai Witness" by Kate Thornton, "Over My Shoulder" by Lisa Seidman, by "The Cats and Jammer" Gayle McGary, "Copycat" by Joan Myers, and "Midnight" by Dorothy Rellas.

What these mysteries are аbout:

To save a life, an athlete must take a treacherous trip through her past and confront her darkest fears in "Sentence Imposed."

A woman takes extra care in preparing the evening meal in "Wifely Duties."

A wrestler has bigger problems than whether to throw a match in "Push Comes to Shove."

Two sisters sip a bitter brew from their fine china tea cups in "Fatal Tears."

Two librarians-in-training use their expertise to solve a baffling murder in "Miss Parker & the Cutter-Sanborn Tables."

An attention-hungry sycophant is ... "Driven to Kill."

A wily East Coast mathematician takes up the challenge of solving the perfect West Coast murder in "Touch of a Vanish'd Hand."

There's another reason besides raw fish to visit a sushi bar in "Ai Witness."

A young girl takes drastic measures to stop a stalker in "Over My Shoulder."

In "The Cats and Jammer," a teenage detective finds a body--and too many suspects--in a Hollywood bungalow court.

In "Copycat," a practical joker turns up dead ... and with no end of suspects.

High stakes and high technology put two old friends at odds ... at "Midnight."


Perilanim
I ENJOYED THIS EXCELLENT GROUP OF MYSTERIES. THEY ARE JUST THE RIGHT LENGTH TO READ BEFORE GOING TO SLEEP OR WHILE WAITING FOR AN APPOINTMENT. THE STORIES ARE ENGAGING AND THE ENDINGS ARE SURPRISING AND SATISFYING. MY PARTICULAR FAVORITES WERE FATAL TEARS, SENTENCE IMPOSED, AND AI WITNESS. IN EACH CASE, THE VILLAIN GETS JUSTICE IN A WAY THAT MAKES YOU HAPPY TO HAVE READ THE STORY!
Rleillin
A DEADLY DOZEN (TALES OF MURDER FROM LOS ANGELES ) is the third anthology following the 1997 DESSERTICIDE (DESSERTS TO DIE FOR ) and 1998 MURDER BY THIRTEEN.
The Los Angles chapter of Sisters in Crime has released a book of twelve short stories, based on murder and mayhem. I usually do not like to read short stories, but these stories were fully contained with well-crafted plots and well defined characters. My favorites were Wifely Duties, because every woman can identify with Lucy and her discontent with her marriage, but I would like to think that we would not go to the lengths that she did, and with such a startling conclusion. Cats and Jammer was another favorite, it's about a teen-age detective that finds a body and the suspects are many.
Stories included are: Sentience Imposed by Kris Neri Wifely Duties by Cory Newman Push Comes To Shove by Nathan Walpow Fatal Tears by Ekaterine Nikas Miss Parker and the Cutter Sanborn Tablets by Gay Tolti Kinman Driven To Kill by Jamie Wallace Touch Of A Vanish'd Hand by Phil Mann Ai Witness by Kate Tornton Over My Shoulder by Lisa Seidman The Cats And Jammer, by Gayle McGary Copy Cat by Joan Myers Midnight by Dorothy Rellas
This book is well worth the read.
Sataxe
The Los Angeles chapter of Sisters in Crime has released a captivating short story collection centering on what else: murder and mayhem. The twelve stories are fun to read as they vary in methods, means, and motives, but share a common background: the LA area and a common theme: of entertaining the reader. Characters run the gamut from the underbelly of society to the elite, but act as culprits dispensing murder. Though this is the "sisterhood", two of the collaborators are males, but the audience would not know gender if the stories were contributed anonymously because they are all strong entries.
Fans of murder and mystery anthologies will fully relish this collection. For the most part, the authors are just starting to become known, but in some cases, this reviewer has never previously read a work by a particular contributor. That error will be corrected as each writer holds up his or her end of the book, making for a wonderful reading experience.

Harriet Klausner
Moonshaper
12 authors from The Los Angeles Chapter of Sisters In Crime have put together a doozy of an anthology. There's not a weak story in the batch. In FATAL TEARS, Ekaterine Nikas has crafted a wonderfully intricate tale of two sisters that will keep you guessing until the last page. TOUCH OF A VANISH'D HAND by Phil Mann is a perfect locked room mystery reminiscent of the best of Sherlock Holmes. Another favorite was MIDNIGHT by Dorothy Rellas. This story of cross and double cross features a female PI protagonist I'd love to see again. Each story is a gem that will be remembered long after you close the cover. And speaking of the cover--take a closer look. It alone, is worth the price of the book. Way to go, ladies (and gentlemen) of LA SinC. Keep 'em coming.
Jogas
It seems wrong to call a group of stories about murder and mayhem fun, but that's what it is. Each story is skillfully executed and ends with a satisfying twist. My personal favorite was FATAL TEARS. I'd read an excerpt from the author's award winning DIVIDED CHILD, so wasn't surprised to be delighted by this talented author.
Bravo to a talented group of "Sisters."
Kekinos
"A Deadly Dozen" is an anthology of twelve wonderful short mysteries. They're full of twists and surprises, and run the gamut from somber to funny to twisted to emotionally compelling. My favorites were Ekaterine Nikas' smashing "Fatal Tears," Joan Myers' gripping "Copycat" and Nathan Walpow's sweaty "Push Comes to Shove." These stories are perfect for when you want a short, sharp shock, and don't have a lot of time to read.
Clandratha
I found this collection of short stories to be amazingly gripping and enjoyable. Each of the stories were well written and kept my attention from start to finish. I've not been a fan of locked room mysteries, however, I must admit that Phil Mann's "Touch Of A Vanish'd Hand" not only kept my attention but spurred me to purchase more books in this specific genre. Joan Myers' "Copycat" was another personal favorite. I tip my hat to each of these authors as well as the three editors. Thank you for such a wonderful piece of modern literature.