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Well here we are again. The Best of 2021 issue is finally ready to be revealed. However if you follow social media, you probably already know many of the winners.
What you don’t know is, this will be our final issue. We will no longer be producing a digital magazine, instead we will be using the website to post all reviews, interviews, stories and much more. Everything you see in the magazine will now be online, with the website being updated once a week.
I’ve detailed more about this in the letter from the editor, so check that out.
Highlights in this issue:
Best of Winners, including the Crimson Scribe award winner.
Part two of Orson Holt, written by Kris Polaha.
Original short story by Phoef Sutton.
Since this is our last issue, we have included a look back at some of the greatest moments we have had. Best of 2021 Issue.
If you haven’t heard, we teamed up with Jeffery Deaver, Linwood Barclay, Rhys Bowen, Heather Graham, Alan Jacobson, Paul Kemprecos, Shannon Kirk, Jon Land, John Lescroart, Joseph Badal, D. P. Lyle, Kevin O’Brien and Hank Phillippi Ryan to bring you the anthology, “Nothing Good Happens After Midnight,” is out NOW, grab your copy today in Kindle, Hardcover, Paperback and Audio.
Suspense Radio has moved to Podcast One’s Launch Pad. You will be able to hear us on Soundcloud, Spotify, iTunes and more. If you subscribe to Suspense Radio, nothing will change, but now if you haven’t checked us out, you have no reason not to. https://www.launchpaddm.com/pd/Suspense-Radio