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John Cramer reads the latest tale in John Shepphird's Shamus Award-winning Jack O'Shea series: "Electric Boogaloo." After the story, the author talks about his work, in conversation with editor Linda Landrigan.

http://johnshepphird.com

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Con Lehane reads his October 2016 story "Stella by Starlight" and answers some questions from Linda Landrigan—recorded live at Malice 2017 in Bethesda, Maryland. http://conlehane.com

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In our latest podcast, Lambda Award–winning author Janice Law reads the story in which her series character, medium Madame Selina, and her helper Nip first appear.

http://www.janicelaw.com

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For our 60th anniversary, Bill Crenshaw reads his Robert L. Fish Award winning story "Poor Dumb Mouths," from the May 1984 issue of AHMM.

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In this episode, Kevin Egan reads his story "The Heist" from the July/August 2016 issue, recorded live in our Lower Manhattan offices.

http://kjeganfiction.com

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In our 40th podcast, Martha Lufkin reads "A Lacking for Salt," from the September 1997 issue of AHMM.

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Chris Muessig reads his story "The Hoard" from the July/August 2014 issue, recorded on location at Bouchercon 2015.

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John Cramer reads John Shepphird's currently Anthony-nominated story "Of Dogs and Deceit," featuring Deception Specialist Jack O'Shea, from the November 2014 issue.

http://johnshepphird.com/

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R. T. Lawton reads his story "Across the Salween," part of the Shan Army series, from the November 2013 issue of AHMM.

http://www.sleuthsayers.org/search/label/R.T.%20Lawton

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Author Leslie Budewitz reads her story "The End of the Line" from the December 2006 issue, and talks with Linda Landrigan about the story's inspiration and her other projects.

http://www.lesliebudewitz.com/

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