Mystery Weekly Magazine May 2018

Mystery Weekly Magazine May 2018 coverContents
Troy Seate “Siren’s Song”
Jazz Lawless “The Line of Doodee”
Cecily Winter “The Zombie Dongle”
Craig Terlson “Jump Cut”
Jody Wenner “A Helping Hand”
Edward Musto “Armistice”
Laird Long “Kidnoped” (A You-Solve-It)
Solution to Apr. You-Solve-It “Cash-Out” by Laird Long

Mystery Weekly Magazine May 2018
Publisher: Chuck Carter
Editor: Kerry Carter
7.5” x 10” 76 pages
POD $5.99, Kindle $3.99 (99¢ with print edition)
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Mystery Weekly Magazine May 2018 back cover

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