When Boomers Go Bad

Overview

This newest anthology of short crime fiction from the Ladies’ Killing Circle takes a spirited look at baby boomers as they go from young, hairy and hip to old, bald and bad. The children of the sixties are are up to no good in another wicked anthology from this prolific collective of writers. The editors, themselves celebrated short crime fiction writers, have assembled such luminaries of crime fiction as Barbara Fradkin, H. Mel Malton, Vicki Cameron and Melanie Fogel, as well as Arthur Ellis Award winners Barbara Fradkin, Mary Jane Maffini and Sue Pike.

About the Authors

Joan Boswell

Posted by Kendra on December 6, 2014

Joan Boswell

Joan Boswell has had work published in many magazines and anthologies. As a member of the writing group the Ladies' Killing Circle, she has had stories in each of their seven anthologies. Her Hollis Grant mysteries include Cut to the Quick and Cut to the Chase. She lives in Toronto.