The M.O.’s Rogues’ Gallery of 2015

In 2015, these mugs committed malfeasance occasional against very short crime fiction—look upon them and despair!

Nancy Brewka-Clark

Chuck Brownman

Nancy Brewka-Clark’s first mystery appeared in The Boston Globe Magazine in 1983. Her most recent mystery was performed in 2013 at the Brooklyn College Department of Theater Gi60 International Theatre Festival. She’s a member of Sisters in Crime and the Short Mystery Fiction Society. Overcoming his training as a corporate and energy attorney, Chuck Brownman’s short fiction has been published  in a Book-of-the-Month Club anthology and on, with his non-fiction appearing in Mystery Readers Journal, Scripps Newspapers, and the ABA Press. He plans to replace John Grisham atop the best seller lists by year's end. Peter DiChellis 
writes short mystery and suspense fiction. His sinister tales appear in several mystery anthologies and ezines. He is a member of the Short Mystery Fiction Society and an Active member of the Private Eye Writers of America. For links to Peter’s published stories, visit his site Murder and Fries.

Kate Fellowes has published five romantic mysteries, most recently Thunder in the Night, a launch title for Crimson Romance.  Her short stories have appeared in many publications, from Woman's World to Crimestalker Casebook.  Working in a public library, every day is a busman's holiday for her.  Seana Graham’s crime fiction has appeared in Grimm Tales, a fairytale crime anthology from Untreed Reads, and at Jack Bates’ blog, Flash Jab Fiction. There’s nothing criminal about her own blog, Confessions of Ignorance, except perhaps for the woeful lack of knowledge she regularly displays there. A long-time nightclub DJ, Joe Henriques's, first literary success came in 2007 when his play Murky Lake won the Atwater Playhouse best play competition and received a six-week run in Los Angeles. In 2010, his novel Carnal Knowledge was selected for a mentorship program with Mystery Writers of America. 

S.W. Lauden

K.M. Rockwood

S.W. Lauden 
is a writer and drummer living in L.A. His short fiction has been published by Out of the Gutter, Akashic Books and Crimespree Magazine. Check out weekly author Q&As on his blog, and say “Sup, bro?” on Twitter and Facebook.
Louis Rakovich's fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in The Fiction DeskGoldfish GrimmPhobos Magazine and other places. He grew up in Jerusalem, Israel, and currently lives in NYC, where he's working on his first novel – a literary psychological thriller. You can follow him on Twitter at @LouisRakovich. K.M. Rockwood specializes in giving voice to criminals, the downtrodden, the misunderstood—those who eke out an existence on the fringes of society. Author of the Jesse Damon Crime Novel series and assorted short stories.

Jennifer Soosar watched a lot of America’s Most Wanted growing up and started writing about criminals from a young age. She is currently working on her second psychological thriller novel and attended ThrillerFest in NYC this summer. Her favorite author is Stephen King. She is a Torontonian. Twitter @jensoosar A.M Thurmond: RN, surfer, blues singer, wanna-be detective. Whit Young is a former Marine, retired pharmacist and Realtor, savoring life on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. The pacifist author of “The Lynching at the Legion” and “A Shadow of a Doubt” is working on a sci-fi novel that provides an unusual answer to the question, “Are we alone in the Universe?”
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