Run Over While Staring at a Woman’s Legs
The collected Donner & Bulkowkovich stories. The broadsheet hacks with the tabloid hearts solve mysteries, hang out with aliens and demons, and generally irritate and confuse a lot of people, including themselves, all the while searching for a decent cup of coffee.
“A new erratica of satire. A gift that keeps on giving. Simply off-the-wall hilarious and a historical document. Why is this book not more well known?”
D. F. Lewis
Taking Care of Frank
Six short crime stories from the pages of Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine and Crimewave, including TAKING CARE OF FRANK, which won the Crime Writers Association UK Short Story Dagger, and ESTHER GORDON FRAMLINGHAM, nominated for the same award.
“I’ve always been a big fan of crime and sci-fi/fantasy literature, and a lot of my writing tends in that direction. Milo & I is a collection of my published crime fiction.”
What are the motivations for murder? Revenge, self-preservation, greed, desire, psychopathy, religious belief? Here are seven taut and frightening stories about killers and the inner workings of their minds, including the unique SHOPPING, a short story told as a series of shopping lists.
About the author
Antony Mann is an Australian writer and musician. His work has appeared in Interzone, Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, London Magazine and many others. His short film Billy’s Day Out won the Best Short Film prize at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. He is currently making a new short film – LOUISE – in the Blue Mountains near Sydney.
Seven short fantasy and science fiction stories previously published in magazines and journals around the world. From a mysterious treatment centre which takes your traumatic memories and turns them into chocolate bars, to a counterfeit bank note which leads a disgruntled customer to an unexpected hellish fate, the stories in Candy Moments are by turns poignant, humorous and chilling.
FRANK HEWITT WAS NO ORDINARY CELEBRITY. FOR ONE THING, HE HAD TALENT. FOR ANOTHER, HE HAD THAT INDEFINABLE QUALITY WHICH MEANT IT DIDN’T MATTER THAT HE DIDN’T HAVE A LOT OF TALENT.