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June Greetings

Hi everyone,


We're just finishing up Mystery Scene Summer Issue #125, which will be out later this month. You can expect profiles of Lisa Unger and Tom Piccirilli, as well as articles about Robert B. Parker's Spenser series being continued by Ace Atkins, an appreciation of Stuart Kaminsky 's Hollywood PI Toby Peters, and a look at the atmospheric 1830s mysteries of Barbara Hambly set in new Orleans.

Until then, we hope you enjoy the latest June e-news from Mystery Scene. Don't forget our fun summer giveaways including tickets to the new off-Broadway mystery production 7th Monarch, and a signed copy of Malla Nunn's latest mystery Blessed are the Dead as the prize for our best summer "Our Readers Recommend." To recommend your favorite read, email us.

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