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Title:
The dark snow and other mysteries
Author:
DuBois, Brendan.
Personal Author:
Edition:
First edition.
Publication Information:
Norfolk, Va. : Crippen & Landru Publishers, 2002.
Physical Description:
208 pages ; 23 cm
General Note:
Includes a new introduction by the author.

Each limited ed. copy contains the pamphlet, By the light of the loon by Brendan DuBois.
Language:
English
Contents:
Dark corridor -- Driven -- Fire burning bright -- The dark snow -- A ticket out -- Netmail -- Rising waters -- The shadow trees -- The promise squad -- The summer people -- The Road's end -- A Brendan DuBois checklist.
Local Note:
Library copy is Number 213 of 225 clothbound, limited ed. signed copies.
Added Title:
By the light of the loon.
ISBN:
9781885941831

9781885941824

9781885941817
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Summary

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A collection of thrillers by the Shamus-Award winner.


Author Notes

Brendan DuBois, Brendan DuBois is a former newspaper reporter who has taken to writing thrilling military/mystery novels. His first novel, entitled "Dead Sand," was published in 1994, followed by the sequel, "Black Tide," in 95 and "Shattered Shell" in 1999. DuBois has had almost 40 short stories included in various magazines including, "Playboy," "Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine" and "Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine."

In 1995, DuBois' short story "The Necessary Brother" won the Shamus Award for Best Short Story of the Year from the Private Eye Writers of America. His short stories have been nominated three times for the Edgar Allen Poe Award from the Mystery Writer's of America. In 1997, one of his short stories was nominated for the Anthony Award for Best Mystery Short Story of the Year. His stories have appeared in five editions of "The Year's Best Mystery and Suspense Stories," two editions of "The Year's 25 Best Mystery Short Stories" and the 1997 edition of "Best American Mystery Stories." His latest book "Resurrection Day" received the Sidewise Award for best alternative history novel of 1999.


Brendan DuBois, Brendan DuBois is a former newspaper reporter who has taken to writing thrilling military/mystery novels. His first novel, entitled "Dead Sand," was published in 1994, followed by the sequel, "Black Tide," in 95 and "Shattered Shell" in 1999. DuBois has had almost 40 short stories included in various magazines including, "Playboy," "Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine" and "Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine."

In 1995, DuBois' short story "The Necessary Brother" won the Shamus Award for Best Short Story of the Year from the Private Eye Writers of America. His short stories have been nominated three times for the Edgar Allen Poe Award from the Mystery Writer's of America. In 1997, one of his short stories was nominated for the Anthony Award for Best Mystery Short Story of the Year. His stories have appeared in five editions of "The Year's Best Mystery and Suspense Stories," two editions of "The Year's 25 Best Mystery Short Stories" and the 1997 edition of "Best American Mystery Stories." His latest book "Resurrection Day" received the Sidewise Award for best alternative history novel of 1999.


Reviews 3

Publisher's Weekly Review

Shamus winner Brendan DuBois, the author of Killer Waves (Forecasts, May 20) and other novels in his Lewis Cole series, collects the Edgar-nominated title story and 10 other top-notch crime tales in The Dark Snow and Other Mysteries. An author foreword and checklist add further value. (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved


Publisher's Weekly Review

Shamus winner Brendan DuBois, the author of Killer Waves (Forecasts, May 20) and other novels in his Lewis Cole series, collects the Edgar-nominated title story and 10 other top-notch crime tales in The Dark Snow and Other Mysteries. An author foreword and checklist add further value. (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved


Publisher's Weekly Review

Come Into My Parlor: Tales from Detective Fiction Weekly, by Hugh B. Cave, collects 11 stories by one of the most prolific pulp writers of all time, still going strong at age 92. Tom Roberts provides the neo-pulp jacket art. (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved