This anthology features myths, legends, and various other stories as you've never heard them before. Each story puts a twist on an old classic, reviving them in new and unique ways.
"Prelude" by Kristin Kisska
In Paris 1874, elegant society ruled the day, while the night belonged to the ruffians. One man dared to bridge them both.
Deadly Southern Charm
This anthology of short stories were written by Sisters in Crime – Central Virginia members. As a collection, all of the stories have a female sleuth and are set somewhere in the southern United States.
"Unbridled" by Kristin Kisska
When an equestrian rider goes missing, her bestie searches for her only to discover that old secrets may fade away, but never die.
Mystery Most Edible
2020 Anthony Award for Best Anthology
Malice Domestic Anthology 2019
"Snowbirding" by Kristin Kisska
Cold Maine winters versus sunny Florida beaches. Seems like an easy choice. Or is it? Lizzy and RuthAnne both think so.
Mystery Most Geographical
Malice Domestic Anthology 2018
"Czech Mate" by Kristin Kisska
Living Prague Spring proves hazardous when the newly-granted freedom of the press comes under renewed Soviet threat and student Pavla Laskova finds herself torn between family and friends.
Day of the Dark
A recipe for disaster: take one total solar eclipse, add two dozen spine-chilling mysteries, and shake the reader until the world ends in Day of the Dark!
"To the Moon and Back" by Kristin Kisska
How far will a desperate woman go to protect her child? All the way to the moon and back.
50 Shades of Cabernet
IN VINO MYSTERIUM is the theme for this collection of short stories, each blending a baffling mystery and a glass (or more) of cabernet. When eighteen mystery writers combine their talents, the result is the perfect “flight” of stories that range from the light-bodied puzzles to sparkling cozy mysteries to darker, heavier tales of deceit and murder.
"Wine and Prejudice" by Kristin Kisska
When a bride-to-be's diamond bracelet disappears, only wine and time can reveal the thief.
Virginia is for Mysteries: Volume II
Yes, Virginia may be for lovers, but to nineteen authors Virginia is for Mysteries: Volume II. This anthology of nineteen short stories features mysteries set in Virginia landmarks.
"A Colonial Grave" by Kristin Kisska
When an archaeology student excavates a bone in Colonial Williamsburg, little does she know she's found the victim's remains from a cold case murder.
Murder Under the Oaks
2016 Anthony Award for Best Anthology
Bouchercon Anthology 2015
"The Sevens" by Kristin Kisska
1905. When their friend is poisoned, seven college students band together to stop a sinister plan.