Stories in Pulphouse Fiction Magazine cover all genres, from science fiction, fantasy, horror, mystery, romance, and literature. And just about everything in between all of those. Editor Dean Wesley Smith looks for great stories that don’t fit, that just feel sort of different, but in a good way.
This volume contains ten great mysteries from all the mystery stories published in the first ten issues of Pulphouse. From old spies with attitude, to a heartbreaking tale of a grieving father, to an assortment of detectives including one hard-boiled with fancy sunglasses, one zombie, and a ghost, to a dramatic story behind a famous painting, these stories will entertain readers, make them laugh, and even touch their hearts.
“The Geezer Squad” by Annie Reed
“Don’t Make Me Take off My Sunglasses” by O’Neil De Noux
“Looking for the Bastard” by David H. Hendrickson
“Heartbreaker” by Kevin J. Anderson
“The Time Cop” by Patrick Alan Mammay
“Red Carnation” by Lee Allred
“Just Desserts” by R.W. Wallace
“Under the Blood-Red Maple” by Joslyn Chase
“The Distant Baying of Hounds” by J. Steven York
“The Case of the Vanishing Boy: A Spade/Paladin Conundrum” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch