Sunday, April 30, 2017

Marks Makes the Grade

There seem to have been an uncommon number of crime-fiction awards announcements lately, and here’s yet another one to consider: According to The Gumshoe Site, author Paul D. Marks has won first place in the 2017 Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine Readers Award competition for his short story “Ghosts of Bunker Hill” (which appeared originally in the December 2016 edition of EQMM).

Second-place honors belong to “Puncher’s Chance,” by Doug Allyn (June 2016), while “The Dropout,” also by Doug Allyn (March/April 2016), was the third-place victor.

These prizes were handed out during a special ceremony held in New York City on Thursday, April 27.

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