12 SHOTS

    Dive into this anthology with 12 short thrillers from 12 different authors, each featuring the main character from a series.

    It's the exclusive place to read the new Fenway Stevenson short story The Coroner and the Body in the Bath (read excerpt)

    Other authors include my very own editor, Max Christian Hansen! 

    Other authors include David DeLee, David Beckler, and Joseph Bendoski, who have all been featured in my newsletter.
    Each pulse-pounding story features the author’s main characters. When you find one you love, there’s a series behind it, waiting for you.
    So click my affiliate link below and discover your next favorite crime fiction series!

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    Stuff I'm reading, stuff I learned, and stuff I like!

    March 15, 2020 · Reviews,amreading
    In honor of Women's History Month, I've compiled a list of female authors I admire and some of their best books. Most aren't mysteries, but I hope you enjoy each and every one. Siri Hustvedt  What I Loved, The Enchantment of Lily Dahl. I rarely give five stars on Goodreads, but What I Loved...
    March 9, 2020 · Fenway Stevenson,Extras,New Release
    Fenway Book 5, The Courtroom Coroner, is coming in April! For you loyal readers, here's a sneak peek of the first chapter. WARNING: spoilers of Book 4, The Incumbent Coroner, lie ahead—so if you haven't read Book 4 yet, get it now! Copyright  © 2020 Paul Austin Ardoin. All rights reserved.
    February 11, 2020 · Fenway Stevenson,amwriting,Extras
    The "12 Shots" mystery anthology is now on pre-order, so here's a sneak peek of one of the scenes from the new Fenway Stevenson short story, "The Coroner and the Body in the Bath." The story takes place between books one and two. In this scene, Fenway interviews the victim's wife, who seems to be...
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  • About Paul Austin Ardoin

    Paul Austin Ardoin is a California native who is the author of the Fenway Stevenson mystery series. He has published short fiction and humorous essays in the anthologies Bottomfish and Sweet Fancy Moses, and articles about computer security in California Computer News and European Communications. When he’s not writing novels or trying to save the world through better computer security, Paul plays keyboards in a dance rock band. He lives in the Sacramento area with his wife, two teenagers, and a menagerie of animals.



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