July 2015 (Issue 21)
July is the most American month of all, so we’re celebrating with a European issue. First, “Wooden Nickels” by Irish author Michael McGlade, which okay, the story takes place in New York City, but still. Then Axel Taiari takes you to a Paris you’ve never seen before in “Fatima.” Barry Graham is back with his usual column, this time about what writers can learn from balladeers, and we round it all out with capsule reviews of the latest crime fiction.
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