Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Davy Crockett and Alfred Hitchcock: A Match Made in Mystery Heaven

Our friend Evan Lewis, proprietor of Davy Crockett's Almanack, has a story in the latest issue of Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine. A yarn that mixes a little of the West with a little bit of Hitchcockian mystery sounds like a hell of a lot of fun.

Davy Crockett's Almanack says: "Mr. Crockett and the Bear," in the May 2012 issue, is narrated by a modern day descendant of The King of the Wild Frontier (an attorney currently holding his ancestor's old seat in the Tennessee State Legislature), but the real star of the story is Old Davy himself, who serves as a sort of sidekick, mentor and all around pain in the ass."

You can find AHMM at places like Barnes and Noble, and this issue should be coming out soon. In addition, you can also get it now at Fictionwise. Because this is a new release, Fictionwise is offering 15% the normal price, for only $3.39. That offer is good only until Monday morning at 10am Eastern.

Congrats to Evan!

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Evan Lewis said...

Davy & I say, "Thankee, Ma'am," for the plug.

Saranya said...

Very nice..

Cap'n Bob said...

One nit: the story is contemporary. Can't wait to read it.

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David Cranmer said...

A very big conrats to Mr. Lewis.