Friday, February 14, 2020
An Order for Murder by Steve Fisher
“An Order for Murder,” by Steve Fisher, is a short yarn from 1936 about a hit man who wants to change careers and become a mystery writer.
It is available here at pulpgen.com.
That site has a huge collection of stories from the pulp magazines. I’ve spent hours on it, randomly reading short tales by well-known and little-known writers.
Steve Fisher (1912-1980) wrote short stories for the pulps and the slicks. He wrote screenplays in Hollywood. And he wrote books. His 1941 crime novel, I Wake Up Screaming, is on my TBR list.
Read more about Steve Fisher here.
(For more posts on books, head over to Todd Mason’s blog.)
(Also, check out my crime novel, Lyme Depot. Thanks.)
Posted by Elgin Bleecker at 12:08 PM
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Off to have a look, thanks ElginReplyDelete