PODCAST: Mystery Writers Discuss Short Stories in Murder on Wheels
Austin Mystery Writers members Gale Albright, Kaye George, and Scott Montgomery discussed their short stories featured in the new book MURDER ON WHEELS: 11 Tales Of Crime On The Move, on the Sunday, October 25 edition of KAZI Book Review. Here is the podcast:
The eleven stories in Murder on Wheels put the pedal to the floor and never let up! Whether by bus, car, tractor, or bike, you’ll be carried along at a breakneck pace by the talented Austin Mystery Writers. These eight authors transport you from an eighteenth-century sailing ship to the open roads of modern Texas, from Alice’s Wonderland to a schoolbus yard in the suburbs of Dallas. Grab your book, hold on to your hat, and come along for the ride!
A NICE SET OF WHEELS, by Kathy Waller
FAMILY BUSINESS, by Reavis Z. Wortham
ROTA FORTUNAE, by V. P. Chandler
MOME RATH, MY SWEET, by Gale Albright
THE WHEELS ON THE BUS GO ROUND AND ROUND, by Kaye George
BUON VIAGGIO, by Laura Oles
APORKALYPSE NOW, by Gale Albright
HAVE A NICE TRIP, by Kaye George
DEAD MAN ON A SCHOOL BUS, by Earl Staggs
HELL ON WHEELS, by Kathy Waller
RED’S WHITE F-150 BLUES, by Scott Montgomery
Gale Albright Bio
Gale Albright has two short stories in Murder on Wheels, a crime fiction anthology published by Wildside Press. She is Vice President of Sisters in Crime: Heart of Texas chapter and a member of Austin Mystery Writers. At present, she is working on a children’s book and a new mystery.
Kaye George Bio
Kaye George, national-bestselling and multiple-award-winning author, writes several mystery series: Imogene Duckworthy, Cressa Carraway (Barking Rain Press), People of the Wind (Untreed Reads), and, as Janet Cantrell, Fat Cat (Berkley Prime Crime cozies). Her short stories appear in anthologies, magazines, and her own collection, A Patchwork of Stories. She reviews for Suspense Magazine. She lives in Knoxville, TN. Please visit her at http://kayegeorge.com/
Scott Montgomery Bio
Scott Montgomery is the crime fiction coordinator at BookPeople, Texas’ largest independent bookstore and a main contributor to its MysteryPeople blog. His short fiction has appeared on the online sites the Big Adios and Slagdrop. He is currently working on his depute novel DOROTHY & THE TIN MAN.