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Publishing News

KILLER INSTINCT will go to press in two weeks. I've posted the final cover. I'm really happy with how this book turned out.

My short story BREAKFAST WITH TIFFANY is in the holiday anthology WHY DID SANTA LEAVE A BODY? from North Star Press, which has been out for two months.

My short story BOO! will appear in Anne Frasier's Halloween mystery anthology DEADLY TREATS coming out in September 2011 by Nodin Press.

Added by Michael Allan Mallory on November 29, 2010 at 1:30pm — No Comments


The second Snake Jones zoo mystery, KILLER INSTINCT, has been sold to Five Star Publishing. No publication date set. KILLER INSTINCT takes Snake into the forests of northern Minnesota to investigate the killing of four gray wolves and murder.

Added by Michael Allan Mallory on March 31, 2009 at 1:43pm — No Comments

Death Roll Audio Book

Last week Death Roll was released in audio book form by Books in Motion. I wasn't expecting it to come out till sometime in 2009. Nice surprise! I've listened to the first two chapters. There's something about hearing a professional actor read your words--adding life and texture to them--which is always a thrill.

Added by Michael Allan Mallory on November 15, 2008 at 6:52am — No Comments

Resort to Murder

Happy day. "Resort to Murder," a new anthology published by the Minnesota Crime Wave hit the bookstores this week. It was sweet to see it on the stands at Barnes and Noble. I'm thrilled to have my story "Bird of Prey" included. The anthology is the follow up to the very successful "The Silence of the Loons." RTM features thirteen stories written by Minnesota authors set a resorts in the state.

For those who do not know, The Minnesota Crime Wave are: William Kent Krueger, Ellen Hart,…


Added by Michael Allan Mallory on September 14, 2007 at 8:58am — No Comments

Murder Can Be A Zoo

That's the name of the New Book piece that was just published in the current issue of Mystery Scene Magazine. That's issue # 100, rather momentous, a nice bit of luck. The article refers to how animals are being used more and more in mystery stories these days. Not only does this reflect a greater senstivity toward animals by society at large, but a larger understanding of their importance not only to the planet but to the way they enrich our lives. This love of animals is why Marilyn Victor…


Added by Michael Allan Mallory on July 13, 2007 at 2:37pm — No Comments

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