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short fiction

Not all of Andrew’s fiction involves the adventures of private eye Andy Hayes.

 

His published mystery stories include the tale of a Valentine’s Day dinner with a dark twist (A Valentine's Day to Remember), a deadly dilemma facing a man with a secret life fencing stolen art (Family Business), and a police procedural set in Providence, Rhode Island, in the 1980s involving the murder of an Ohio man (The Murderous Type). The latter story also won the 2017 Al Blanchard Prize for best short New England crime fiction. Most recently, Long Drive Home was featured in Tough: A Blogazine of Crime Stories. The story tells the intertwined tales of a drug-trafficker from Ohio and a prostitute in Florida - each trying to escape their lives when a chance encounter leads to an unexpected and deadly outcome. 

Nice Grammar, That Guy

A cold January night, a body in the snow, a suspect in custody. Case closed, except something doesn't feel quite right to Providence homicide detectives O'Malley and Donatelli. Check out the latest adventures of this mismatched Rhode Island duo in Andrew's story, "Nice Grammar, That Guy," in the December issue of Mystery Weekly Magazine.

Long drive home

Featured inTough: A Blogazine of Crime Stories, Long Drive Home The story tells the intertwined tales of a drug-trafficker from Ohio and a prostitute in Florida - each trying to escape their lives when a chance encounter leads to an unexpected and deadly outcome. 

a murderous type

Winner of the 2017 Al Blanchard Prize for best short new England crime fiction, The Murderous Type transports the reader into a police procedural set in Providence, Rhode Island, in the 1980s involving the murder of an Ohio man. In Snowbound, you'll find The Murderous Type among thirty-eight other pieces of short crime fiction set in New England - resulting in a can't miss collection for mystery and thriller lovers alike. 

family business

Published in the crime fiction digest magazine Down & Out, Family Business describes a deadly dilemma facing a man with a secret life fencing stolen art, and a decision he must make about a painting looted by the Nazis during World War II.

a valentine's day to remember

Published in the crime fiction digest magazine Down & Out, Family Business describes a deadly dilemma facing a man with a secret life fencing stolen art. 

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