Books: Death’s Excellent Vacation

These are the stories in Death’s Excellent Vacation, edited by Charlaine Harris and Toni L. P. Kelner.

  • “Two Blondes” by Charlaine Harris. She writes mystery, science fiction, and romance.
  • “The Boys Go Fishing” by Sarah Smith. She is the author of Chasing Shakespeares, The Other Side of Dark, and three historical mysteries: The Vanished Child, The Knowledge of Water, and A Citizen of the Country.
  • “One for the Money” by Jeaniene Frost. She writes the Night Huntress series.
  • “Meanwhile, Far Across the Caspian Sea” by Daniel Stashower. He writes both nonfiction and mystery novels & short stories.
  • “The Innsmouth Nook” by A. Lee Martinez. He has written six novels.
  • “Safe and Sound” by Jeff Abbott. He has written twelve suspense novels, including Trust Me, Panic, Fear, and Collision.
  • “Seeing is Believing” by L. A. Banks. She has written 35 novels and a dozen novellas in multiple genres, under various pseudonyms.
  • “The Perils of Effrijim” by Katie McAlister. She has written more than thirty novels.
  • “Thin Walls” by Christopher Golden. He is co-author of Baltimore, or, The Steadfast Tin Soldier and the Vampire and The Map of Moments. His novels include The Myth Hunters and The Boys are Back in Town.
  • “The Heart is Always Right” by Lilith Saintcrow. She is the author of series about Dante Valentine, Jill Kismet, and Strange Angels.
  • “The Demon in the Dunes” by Chris Grabenstein. He writes John Ceepak/Jersey Short mysteries and thrillers such as Hell for the Holidays.
  • “Home from America” by Sharan Newman. She is a medieval historian who writes the Catherine LeVendeur historical mysteries, the Guinevere trilogy, nonfiction books, and The Real History of the End of the World.
  • “Pirate Dave’s Haunted Amusement Park” by Toni L. P. Kelner. She writes short stories, including “Sleeping with the Plush,” and also the “Where Are They Now?” mysteries,
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