The best in Short Mystery Fiction Published monthly, Mystery Weekly Magazine presents crime and mystery short stories by some of the world's best established and emerging mystery writers. The original stories we select for each issue run the gamut from cozy to hardboiled fiction. In this issue... This month’s crime-packed issue of Mystery Weekly Magazine features Jerry Peterson’s “Floater”: A no-nonsense Sheriff proves it's not enough to know who did the crime—you have to catch them. Eric Cline opens a time capsule confession to patricide in “Mobile Health Clinics In Rural America”. Peri Dwyer Worrell’s psychological mystery “No Cook” follows a widow searching for a missing friend, yet she may regret her efforts. In Anne Stephenson’s “Bitter End” a forensic accountant sails into trouble trying to help her best friend assess her husband's ... assets. When a fancy talking Brit tries to outwit the laws of physics, frontier law responds in “Newton’s Laws” by Warren Bull. Francesgrace Mary-Hedwyck Ferland brings us a cryptic tale of life and death in “New Beginnings”. In Bob Williamson’s “A Deal Is A Deal” a soon-to-be-retired detective chases down his target, all the while keeping his word. This month’s You-Solve-It reveals a coin thief at a holiday weekend gathering. Mystery Weekly features the best in short mystery fiction every month!