Saturday, July 2, 2016

New York City Mysteries II: Mystery Readers Journal

Mystery Readers Journal: New York City Mysteries II (Volume 32:2) is now available. Thanks to everyone who contributed to this great issue! If you're a  subscriber to Mystery Readers Journal for '16, you should have received your hardcopy or your download PDF instructions. If you are a contributor, you will receive a PDF copy early next week.

To order New York City Mysteries II, go HERE.

New York City Mysteries I (32:1) is still available. Order HERE.

To subscribe to Mystery Readers Journal for '16, go HERE.


  • Nero Wolfe’s New York by Larry Light
  • Just the Facts: The Shoofly by Jim Doherty
  • Brooklyn Ease by J.L. Abramo
  • You See, and You Don’t Forget by Marc Bilgrey
  • Once There Was a Spot: Camelot in New York by Michael Bowen
  • Moving (Fictionally) to New York by Jeff Cohen
  • Deep in the Heart of the Big Apple by Ali Brandon
  • Always Changing, Always New York by Suzanne Chazin
  • Boogie Down to the Battle Ground by Marco Conelli
  • The Trouble with New York City by Camilla Crespi
  • Take Me to a Bar, Any Bar by Anne Emery
  • Eight Million Stories and Still Counting by Linda Fairstein
  • New York City, Just Like I Pictured It… by Bill Fitzhugh
  • One Manhattan Life to Live by Marni Graff
  • The City of Infinite Possibilities by Kathryn Miller Haines
  • The Amish in NYC? by Karen Harper
  • The City That Never Sleeps—My Partner in Crime by Andrea Kane
  • Neighborly New York by Con Lehane
  • The Oddest Job in Maspeth, Queens by Ben Lieberman
  • Right Now… by Randye Lordon
  • Memento, Greenwich Village, 1954 by Annette Meyers
  • Take the “A” Train by Paul D. Marks
  • I Could Write a Sonnet by Camille Minichino
  • Being Part of Each Other by S.J. Rozan
  • One in Eight Million by Charles Salzberg
  • Titanic in New York by Sarah Smith
  • The Jaded Kiwi by Nick Spill
  • From Cupcakes to Books, or How I Came to Love New York by Rosemary Stevens
  • The Details That Make a City by Radha Vatsal
  • Babylon on the Hudson by Kenneth Wishnia
  • It’s the Bronx in Me by Joyce Yarrow
  • Mystery in Retrospect: Reviews by Lesa Holstine, Sandie Herron, Kate Derie, L.J. Roberts
  • The Children’s Hour: New York Mysteries by Gay Toltl Kinman
  • Stranger than Fiction: Real New York Mysteries by Cathy Pickens
  • Crime Seen: Still Naked After All These Years by Kate Derie
  • New York’s Finest: The Top Ten Series Characters by Jim Doherty
  • From the Editor by Janet Rudolph
Subscribe or renew Mystery Readers Journal for 2016 and receive all four issues for '16: New York 1; New York 2: Small Town Cops; Mid-Atlantic Crime Fiction.

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