We are pleased to announce the authors and stories included in the new Sisters in Crime/LA anthology Fatally Haunted. The anthology will be published in the spring of 2019.
“Resurrection” by Jennifer Younger
In 1948 Los Angeles, a woman is forced to confront her past when the man who left her for dead years earlier unexpectedly reappears in her life.
“Cat Walks into a Bank” by Gobind Tanaka
A Marine Corps veteran must overcome PTSD flashbacks to thwart a violent bank robbery crew and protect her prospective new girlfriend.
“Darkness Keeps Chasing” by Peter Sexton
LAPD Detective Bill Laswell’s worst fear begins to unfold when he receives an early-morning call informing him that his thirteen year old daughter has been abducted.
“King Hanuman” by Alison McMahan
The first Khmer-American police officer on the LBPD has plenty to contend with, but she never expects the simple arrest of a child car thief to lead to a gang war.
“Palimpsest” by Micheal Kelly
When an antique dealer buys the estate of an art history professor, she draws the attention of a man obsessed with a lost treasure.
“Death of the Hollywood Sign Girl” by A.P. Jamison
Haunted by bad news, a young man hikes up to the Hollywood Sign and is forever changed by what he witnesses there.
“Coincidence” by Mark Hague
The murder of a young man pushed from a train platform haunts a light rail train engineer. A year later, when confronted with a similar scenario, what does he do?
“Blood Shadows” by B. J. Graf
Haunted by his slip-up at a crime scene, a serial killer learns he has no idea of the real mistakes he’s made.
“The Funnel of Love” by Cyndra Gernet
A twenty-something carney worker accused of a crime in Arizona flees to the assumed safety of California.
“Tick-Tock” by Lisa Ciarfella
Lulu joins Sammy in one last heist, only to find she can’t escape her demons in the City of Angels.
“The End Justifies the Means” by Tony Chiarchiaro
An abused employee seeks vengeance against his tyrannical employer, only to be faced with the ultimate question: is sweet revenge worth the ultimate toll?
“Strands of Time” by Roger Cannon
Rev left his hometown ten years ago, but an old grudge lives on. Too late to save an old flame, he’s on a mission to find her killer.
“Auble’s Ghost” by Julia Bricklin
At the dawn of the twentieth century, Captain Hurman Auble of the LAPD is obsessed over bizarre clues left by a serial killer—and vows to find him before he strikes yet again.
“Shifting Reflections” by Julie G. Beers
A woman is haunted by her missing twin sister – who’s crying out for justice from beyond the grave.
The Board of Directors wishes to thank the Fatally Haunted editors for their hard work in sharpening and strengthening the stories in this anthology.