The Strand Magazine Issue 57—Fiction by Walter Mosley, Interview with Don Winslow
(Issue 57 of The Strand includes short stories by Walter Mosley, Elizabeth Creith, David Marcum, and James Ziskin, as well as an exclusive interview with bestselling author Don Winslow)
In our 57th issue, Walter Mosley writes a thought provoking short story about a bank teller’s impact on a huge corporation with “An Unlikely Serious of Conversations.” Noted author James Ziskin pens a story about a meek husband’s escape plan with “A Bed of Roses.” Jeffrey Alan Lockwood has a most unusual PI solve a murder case in “With a Little Help from my Friends.” Across the pond, Elizabeth Creith lets Tudor-era witchcraft collide with modern science in “The Spanish Entanglement.” And in “A Simple Solution,” David Marcum returns us to the Great Detective’s early days, challenging Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson with what seems at first blush an open-and-shut case.
We have an exclusive interview with bestselling author Don Winslow who spoke to us about drug cartels, writing, and his latest novel The Border which has skyrocketed to number one on the New York Times Bestsellers List.
We also have reviews of books by Annie Ward, Michael Rutger, Katrina Carasco, Jane Stanton Hitchcock, Jane Casey, John Passarella, Simon Lelic, Oyinkan Braithwaite, Matthew Quirk, Taylor Adams, Sara Paretsky, and C.J. Sansom.