Mystery Weekly Magazine May 2019

Mystery Weekly Magazine May 2019

Paul D. Marks “The Box”
Rob Nisbet “Sergeant Spinge and the Locked-Room Mystery”
Jeffery Scott Sims “The Search for Doctor Vane
Dennis Palumbo “Evidence”
David Rachels “Gold, Jewels, Art, My Father”
Thomas Millstead “Hi! I’m Heather”
Eric Cline “Storey”
Tatiana Claudy “For the Love of Wine” (A You-Solve-It)
Solution to April You-Solve-It “Imperceptible” by Susan Sundwall

Mystery Weekly Magazine May 2019
Publisher: Chuck Carter
Editor: Kerry Carter
7.5” x 10” 82 pages
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