Suspense Magazine October 2012This month in Suspense Magazine, John Sandford is back with “Mad River,” a Virgil Flowers book. Next Sandra Brown shares “Low Pressure” with her latest release. Peter May releases his “Lewis Trilogy”, while Peter James is “Not Dead Yet” (thank God) and Spencer Quinn delights us with another Chet the Dog mystery in “A Fistful of Collars”. Much more awaits you inside the pages of the October 2012 issue of the magazine, with each and every door holding some surprise. Have a frightful month!

Table of Contents:

  • Stranger Than Fiction: Ouija! by Donald Allen Kirch
  • The House Without Doors by David Floody
  • Modern Horror: Elegant Reads for the Witching Season by Alma Katsu
  • Excerpt of The Reckoning by Alma Katsu
  • The Madaline Incident by David Byrne
  • Hollywood Hexes: James Dean’s Death Car by CK Webb
  • Excerpt of Treachery in Bordeaux by Jean-Pierre Alaux and Noel Balen
  • Inside the Pages: Suspense Magazine Book Reviews
  • Suspense Magazine Movie Reviews
  • Featured Artist: Maria Jose Hildago Barranco
  • Rules of Fiction with Catherine Coulter by Anthony J. Franze
  • Why do we Love Horror? by Al Natanagara
  • Excerpt of Ice Fire by David Lyons
  • St. Georges by Stanley Wilkin
  • What Does it Take to be a Successful Short Story Writer? by Jeani Rector
  • The Ballad of Leonard and Mary by Steven Mace

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