Murder is available from 421 Atlanta (and elsewhere)!
Fifty tales of homicide.
“Jane Liddle orchestrates the tragic lows of life, the dead ends, the interpersonal misery, the terror, the inevitable end, as if she was a conductor in front of the most joyously addictive orchestra I can think of. Her characters so startlingly human, so nuanced and real, in fifty instances of murder, I don’t think she has created a single villain.” — Bud Smith, author of F 250
“Jane Liddle’s Murder is about all of us. Everywoman. Everyman. Everyhuman. Taut reflections on the human experience and violence and fear and love and–lovingly, almost gleefully–murder. These stories evoke Amy Hempel and Amelia Gray, with sentences set to kill and intricacies set to create wonder.” — Sean H Doyle, author of This Must Be the Place