Several SMFS list members have short stories in the Crime Wave 2: Women of a Certain Age: A Canada West Anthology. Published by Sisters in Crime – Canada West Chapter, the print edition dropped back in May. The eBook came out this week. Both are available at Amazonand other vendors. The SMFS list members in this book are:
K.L. Abrahamson with “Little Monsters.”
Marcelle Dubé with “Tethered.”
Elizabeth Elwood with “The Fair Rosamund and the Summer of Love.”
Debra Henry with “Almost Invisible.”
Karen Keeley with “Thinkin’ like a Red.”
Charlotte Morganti with ““Done and Dusted.”
Merrilee Robson with “The Pompeii Beauty.”
Laurie Wood with “Natural Consequences.”
This second anthology from members of the Canada West chapter of Sisters in Crime follows women of a certain age through old crimes and new. Whether they be old women or little girls, women in dirigibles or women on their death beds, women in history or the woman next door, we know them through their experiences and ours.
From real estate agents to house cleaners, school girls to exterminators, you will find a delicious array of women, some with outrage in their hearts—and some with revenge—but all of them dealing with crime in new and imaginative ways.
The sixteen short stories in Crime Wave 2: Women of a Certain Age range from light-hearted to heart-breaking, and from romantic to treacherous.
Come. Catch the Crime Wave.