Black Cat Weekly #95
Our 95th issue has a lot of fun stuff—starting off with an original mystery by Robert Lopresti (thanks to Acquiring Editor Michael Bracken). Also on the mystery side, “Haitian Divorce,” by Simon Wood, courtesy of Acquiring Editor Barb Goffman, as well as a pair of classic novels by Hulbert Footner and R. Austin Freeman...plus a solve-it-yourself puzzler from Hal Charles.
On the fantastic side of things, A.R. Morlan has a modern tale of clones, Alfred Coppel has a scientific monster, Seabury Quinn has a weird horror, and Fritz Leiber has a comic mermaid tale. And there a classic science fiction novel by John Taine. Good stuff!
Here’s the complete lineup:
Mysteries / Suspense / Adventure:
- “Memorial,” by Robert Lopresti [Michael Bracken Presents short story]
- “The Case of the Petty Porch Pirate,” Hal Charles [Solve-It-Yourself Mystery]
- “Haitian Divorce,” by Simon Wood [Barb Goffman Presents short story]
- Putting Crime Over, by Hulbert Footner [novel, Madame Storey series]
- The D’Arblay Mystery, by R. Austin Freeman [novel, Dr. Thorndyke series]
Science Fiction & Fantasy:
- “Boog’/4 and the Endicaran Kluge,” by A. R. Morlan [short story]
- “The Terror,” by Alfred Coppel [short story]
- “Pipe Dream,” by Fritz Leiber [short story]
- “Out of the Long Ago,” by Seabury Quinn [short story]
- Seeds of Life, by John Taine [novel]