Black Cat Weekly #75
Our 75th issue has a pair of origital tales for your reading pleasure, one mystery (“Troubled Water,” by donalee Moulton, thanks to acquiring editor Michael Bracken] and “The Forbidden Scroll,” by Phyllis Ann Karr (a solo adventure by Frostflower from Karr’s Frostflower & Thorn series—we had a solo Thorn adventure last issue.] Barb Goffman has selected a cat-themed mystery by Karen Cantwell, plus we have classic mysteries by Hal Meredeth (Sexton Blake) and Norbert Davis (a hardboiled novel).
On the science fiction side, we have a great linup with tales by George O. Smith, Ray Bradbury, Noel Loomis, and William Tenn…favorites of mine.
Here’s this issue’s lineup:
Mysteries / Suspense / Adventure:
- “Troubled Water,” by donalee Moulton [Michael Bracken Presents short story]
- “A Death in the Department,” by Hal Charles [Solve-It-Yourself Mystery]
- “The Wizard of Paws,” by Karen Cantwell [Barb Goffman Presents short story]
- “A Confidential Report,” by Hal Meredith [Sexton Blake short story]
- Oh, Murderer Mine, by Norbert Davis [novel]
Science Fiction & Fantasy:
- “The Forbidden Scroll,” by Phyllis Ann Karr [Frostflower short story]
- “The Cosmic Jackpot,” by George O. Smith [short story]
- “The Square Pegs,” by Ray Bradbury [short story]
- “Softie,” by Noel Loomis [short story]
- “Consulate,” by William Tenn [novelet]