“Millhaven’s Tales of Suspense” to be retired this summer

LAST CHANCE to pick up a copy of “Millhaven’s Tales of Suspense”.  The second issue of Millhaven Tales is set to be permanently retired on July 1st. 
If you were thinking of picking up a copy of issue, now is the time to do it. 
Tales of mystery, suspense, and crime fill the pages of the issue, but these are not the standard mysteries…these tales all have the Millhaven slant to them.
From the Amazon description:
The second installment of “Millhaven Tales” focuses on crime, mystery, and espionage. This anthology features nine stories of mystery, crime, and espionage. A gang of young thugs get more than they asked for when interrupted by “Old School”. When a friend is charged with murder, can a cupcake baker in sleepy Nantucket discover the identity of the real murderer? An ambitious District Attorney bites off more than he can chew when he takes on a multi-generational crime family. A body discovered at the city zoo leads two detectives to discover there is more going on in their city than either could have imagined (a stand-alone story from the “Books of the Broken” series). A vigilante gets tough with a criminal underworld using a pizza place as a front for their dirty work. Jealousy, revenge, and cheating spouses take center stage in a “Hitchcockian” tale of suspense. A small unit of specialized soldiers save the world in this “alternate reality WWII” story. A story of underworld poker shows you just can’t trust anyone in Millhaven’s first tale from the U.K. The final story, inspired by the cover (or vice versa) is a fitting tribute to the cases of Phillip Marlowe or the Continental Op. Welcome to the world of Millhaven, a sometimes terrifying, somtimes comical place… Stories by: Donnie Swafford, Felicia Huffman, Jimmy Jones, Jeffrey L. Blehar, Jon Mollison, Duncan Kingsley, Charlie Boyles, Dave Higgins, and Mark Gunk. Cover by Mark Gunk.

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