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Book Title: Murder by Magic: Twenty Tales of Crime and the Supernatural|
The author of the book: Rosemary Edghill
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 1.10 MB
Date of issue: October 1st 2004
ISBN 13: 9780446679626
Read full description of the books Murder by Magic: Twenty Tales of Crime and the Supernatural:Tales of mystery and the supernatural have long stirred the human imagination. Here are twenty original stories of diabolical crimes and magical solutions featuring some of today's top science fiction, fantasy, and mystery writers. From the Elizabethan era to the far-flung future, from the interstellar realm of the Eraasian Hegemony to the Las Vegas Strip, these ingenious whodunits (or whatdunits) are sure to baffle and delight every lover of mystery and the fantastic.
From WorldCat - Contents:
Introduction and Afterword by Rosemary Edghill
Piece of Mind by Jennifer Roberson
Special Surprise Guest Appearance by ... by Carole Nelson Douglas
Doppelgangster by Laura Resnick
Mixed Marriages Can Be Murder by Will Graham
Case of the Headless Corpse by Josepha Sherman
Death in the Working by Debra Doyle
Cold Case by Diane Duane
Snake in the Grass by Susan R. Matthews
Double Jeopardy by M.J. Hamilton
Witch Sight by Roberta Gellis
Overrush by Laura Anne Gilman
Captured in Silver by Teresa Edgerton
Night at the Opera by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller
Tremble in the Air by James D. Macdonald
Murder Entailed by Susan Krinard
Dropping Hints by Lawrence Watt-Evans
Au Purr by Esther Friesner
Getting the Chair by Keith R.A. DeCandido
Necromancer's Apprentice by Lillian Stewart Carl
Grey Eminence by Mercedes Lackey
Read information about the authorRosemary Edghill is a pen-name of Eluki Bes Shahar.
She was born long enough ago to have seen Classic Trek on its first outing and to remember that she once thought Spock Must Die! to be great literature. As she aged, she put aside her fond dreams of taking over for Batman when he retired, and returned to her first love, writing. Her first SF sale (as eluki bes shahar) was the Hellflower series, in which Damon Runyon meets Doc Smith over at the old Bester place. Between books and short stories in every genre but the Western (several dozen so far), she's held the usual selection of odd and part-time writer jobs, including bookstore clerk, secretary, beta tester for computer software, graphic designer, book illustrator, library clerk, and administrative assistant for a non-profit arts organization. She can truthfully state that she once killed vampires for a living, and that without any knowledge of medicine has illustrated half-a-dozen medical textbooks.
Her last name -- despite the efforts of editors, reviewers, publishing houses, her webmaster, and occasionally her own fingers -- is not spelled 'Edgehill'.
Also writes under the name Eluki Bes Shahar.
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