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Black Cat Weekly #129

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BCW 129 is a fun issue. Courtesy of Acquiring Editor Michael Bracken, we have an original Sherlock Holmes tale by A.L. Sirois, and courtesy of Acquiring Editor Barb Goffman, we have a great tale by Lisa Morton. A pulp crime story by H. Bedford Jones, a nautical mystery by Ralph Henry Barbour, and a solve-it-yourself puzzler from Hal Charles round out the mystery half.

   On the science fiction side, we have a haunting tale by Leslie F. Stone about the last days of the dying Sun; an alien-themed suspense tale from Clyde Mitchell; a tale of a particle accelerator gone wrong; and art duplication (or is it forgery?) A humorous Burroughsian tale by Robert F. Young rounds out the issue.

   Here’s the complete lineup—

Mysteries / Suspense / Adventure:

  • “The Mystery of Edith Curtsey,” by A.L. Sirois [Michael Bracken Presents short story]
  • “The Unlocked Room Mystery,” Hal Charles [Solve-It-Yourself Mystery]
  • “What Ever Happened to Lorna Winters?” by Lisa Morton [Barb Goffman Presents short story]
  • “He Swallows Gold,” by H. Bedford-Jones [short story]
  • The Mystery of the Sea-lark, by Ralph Henry Barbour [novel]

Science Fiction & Fantasy:

  • “When the Sun Went Out,” by Leslie F. Stone [short story]
  • “Deadly Decoy,” by Clyde Mitchell [short story]
  • “The Oddly Elusive Brunette,” by John Victor Peterson [short story]
  • “The Wizard of Light,” by David Ely [short story]
  • “The Blonde from Barsoom,” by Robert F. Young [short story]
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