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With the November/December 2021 issue of EQMM, we close out our 80th year of continuous publication. We are thrilled to bring readers a never-before-published Amelia Peabody tale by Elizabeth Peters (aka Barbara Mertz), “The Vengeance of Sekhmet,” and fans of the original Ellery Queen stories will find a reprint of one of the most ingenious of them, “The Broken T.” Two authors debut in the Department of First Stories: Eleanor Gonnella (“Another Temptation”) and Barbara B. Green (“30 Ackerian Place”). A familiar name—Doug Allyn—appears in our Black Mask department, writing darker than usual in “Hit and Run,” and Sunil Mann’s Glauser Prize-winning “The Patsy” travels from Germany to the Passport to Crime Department. We welcome back to EQMM after a hiatus Pam Barnsley with her confessional tale “What Can You Do?”, and we present for the first time two award-winning authors: William Boyle with “Jianjun Ling and the Sad Case of Sonny La Grassa” and Bruce McAllister with “1952,” both of which juxtapose the earnestness of childhood with very adult crimes. Another newcomer to EQMM is Victor Kreuiter with the experimental “We’re in This Together, Aren’t We?”. Readers will recognize repeat contributors with stories that include kidnapping (Pat Black’s “Wing Man,” Michael Wiley’s “The Best of Times,” and Scott William Carter’s “Ask Hagan”), revenge (Anna Scotti’s “The Longest Pleasure”), haunting (“Death and the Coyote” by John Lantigua), and revelation (Hal Charles’s “The Reawakening”). We ring in the holiday season with four tales set amidst the winter festivities: “The Disappearing Man” by Sharon Hunt, “The Smiler” by Dennis McFadden, “The Debtor” by C.H. Hung, and “Number 10 Marlborough Place” by Elizabeth Elwood.

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