After a regrettable silence here on Pulp Serenade (blame grad school--I've yet to find a course that is even tangentially related to crime fiction or film noir, sigh), I am happy to report that there will be a special event tomorrow. Author Stephen D. Rogers will be making an appearance here at Pulp Serenade discussing his latest book, a collection of stories called Shot to Death, just out from Mainly Murder Press. Be sure to drop by and leave a comment for him! He will be checking in and responding to your comments in person.
For more information, visit his website HERE, or order a copy of Shot To Death here at Mainly Murder Press.
Stephen D. Rogers Tomorrow on Pulp Serenade
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