Wild Crimes
  • Published:
    Sep-2004
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    Print
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Go where the wild things are … whether they're on unruly and lawless urban streets, in a secluded stretch of uncivilized and barbarous woods, or maybe in the frozen mountains of Colorado. Anything can happen to anyone … anywhere … when the nature of man turns.

WILD CRIMES

In Margaret Coel's “The Man Who Thought He Was a Deer” a hunter finds himself the hunted when a stranger with an unusual bond to nature turns the tables.


“The Bog” hides a murder victim in Loren D. Estleman's tale of a perfect crime … that come perfectly undone.
Legends of strange rituals, rumors of revenge, and evidence of murder shadow a young missionary at work in New Guinea in Laurie R. King's “The Salt Ond”
Shorts stories by Michael Armstrong, Margaret Coel, Mike Doogan, Loren D. Estleman, Laurie R. King, Skye K. Moody, Brad Reynolds, S.J. Rozan, James Sarafin, Dana Stabenow, and John Straley.
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