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Let our new double issue pull you out of the winter doldrums with its varied mix of familiar and new faces. We welcome back Doug Allyn’s Detective Dylan LaCrosse on a cold case literally dredged to the surface anew (“The Fury”) and solve a problem for S.J. Rozan’s private detectives Lydia Chin and Bill Smith with the help of Lydia’s mother (“Chin Yong-Yun Meets a Ghost”). Julius Katz and Archie are back, too, this time with a job that proves terrifying and life-changing (“Julius Katz and the Case of Exploding Wine”). Get your heart rate up with two other stories in which lives are at stake—the action-packed “Expiry Date” by Mason Cross and a darkly humorous Peter Macklin tale by Loren D. Estleman, this month’s Black Mask entry “The Black Spot.” It’s all about neighborhoods, and the secrets they hold, in Lucy Ribchester’s tale of WWI Edinburgh (“Digging Up Trouble”) and Meg Opperman’s venture into modern-day Tanzania (“Twilight Ladies”). If your varietal bases haven’t been covered by all of that, this issue also inducts two new authors into the Department of First Stories—Jill D. Block with “Like It Never Happened” and Jon Matthew Farber with “Stand Your Ground,” both tackling topical subjects. There’s something for everyone, and then some, this issue—don’t miss it!

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