Peter Sellers and Kerry J. Schooley continue theircritically acclaimed exploration into the humour and terror of noir fiction with this collection of twelve short stories based upon that oldest of human desires: getting even. For this third anthology of Canadian crime stories, the editors have uncovered tales from a mix of recognized masters and exciting new authors: Hugh Garner ("Hunky"), Jean Rae Baxter ("A Wanton Disregard"), James Powell ("A Murder Coming"), William Bankier ("Dead Like Dogs"), Fabrizio Napoleone ("Italics"), Vern Smith ("The Green Ghetto"), Barbara Fradkin ("Great Minds"), Leslie Watts ("Crocodile Tears"), Nancy Kilpatrick ("An Eye for an Eye") and more.
About the authors
Kerry Schooley lives and writes in Hamilton, Ontario. His noir fiction has been published in numerous magazines and an anthology of short mystery fiction. He hosts a Web site: www.murderoutthere.com.
Peter Sellers is an award-winning writer who founded and edited the critically acclaimed Cold Blood anthology series. In 2001, Sellers won the Ellery Queen Readers Award for his story "Avenging Miriam." He lives in Toronto, Ontario.