Tagged: Crime

I’ll Call You

fiction by Glynis Scrivens “I’ve worked out the perfect way to kill someone and get away with it.” Carl looked pleased with himself as he took a long sip of chilled cider. They were...

Don’t tell

fiction by Tim Chapman When the police arrive you tell them you were coming from the kitchen with a big bowl of popcorn when you heard the blast. You tell them you dropped the...

Racing to the Bright Unknown

fiction by M.E. Purfield Pace Dustin slung the bag full of cash over his shoulder and ran from his busted car into the woods. The crescent moon hung bright in the black, star-dotted sky...

Flu Season

fiction by John M. Floyd If he’s sick,” O’Neal said, “maybe he’ll die on his own.” Patty shook her head. “He just has a cold. Sniffles and sneezes.” They were crouching together in the...

Dirty Bop to Blighty: part 3

fiction by Diana Deverell Except, Dawna retorted, “your clumsy agenda-changing tactic gave you away. Vladimir and Boris aren’t sitting around, waiting for you to arrest them. No, they’re scheming—” A businesslike male voice interrupted...

176,000 persons victims of offenses

Offenses reported to the police show that 3.3 per cent more persons were victims in 2009 than the previous year. More female, but fewer young victims of violence are registered in the most recent...

Norwegian Crime Fiction Panel in NYC

Despite the fact that the Global Peace Index ranked Norway as the third most peaceful country in the world and the homicide rates in Norway are among the lowest on the planet, more people...