Rex Burns reads his story "Shadow People" from the June 2006 issue of AHMM.
Tom Savage reads his story "The Method in Her Madness" from the June 2005 issue of AHMM. His newest story for AHMM is in the current issue (June 2013).
Shelley Costa reads her story "Strangle Vine" from the November 2012 issue of AHMM.
Recorded live at Bouchercon 2012, L. A. Wilson Jr. reads his story "Jazreen," which was originally featured in the November 1997 issue and was reprinted in AHMM's electronic anthology.
Live from Bouchercon 2011, Gary Alexander reads his two companion stories "Four Wishes" (AHMM January/February 2001) and "Five Wishes" (AHMM January/February 2010). Featuring introductions by the author.
For this episode, we reach back in our archives to the April 1969 issue for the story “The First Day of Spring” by Howell Hurst. More than forty years after the story’s publication, Mr. Hurst is turning it into a feature-length film, also called “The First Day of Spring,” set in the present. Mr. Hurst reads the story and answers some questions we had about the creative process of translating a short story into film.
B. K. Stevens reads her story "Adjuncts Anonymous" from the June 2009 issue of AHMM.
Stephen Ross reads his story "Boundary Bridge" from the March 2010 issue of AHMM. Featuring original music, written and performed by the author.
Elaine Viets reads her story "After the Fall" from the January/February 2006 issue of AHMM. Featuring a question and answer session with editor Linda Landrigan.
John Lutz reads his story from the September 1967 issue of AHMM. Recorded live at Bouchercon 2011.
Rhys Bowen reads her story "The Wall" from the July/August 2005 issue of AHMM, followed by a brief question and answer session between the author and editor Linda Landrigan.
New Hampshire native Brendan DuBois reads his story "The High House Writer" from the July/August 2009 issue of AHMM.
Russel D. McLean reads his AHMM story "Dudman's Word," featuring Private Eye Sam Bryson and set in a vividly drawn Dundee, Scotland.
What does a top secret government project have to do with the invention of pizza as we know it? Steve Hockensmith reveals all in this story from our December 2005 issue.
In this Shamus Award-winning story, which takes place in 11th century Japan, law clerk Sugawara Akitada is hired by a father whose daughter has suddenly disappeared. I.J. Parker is the author of seven Akitada novels, including the just-released The Masuda Affair (Severn House).