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Crimewave 8: Cold Harbours Crimewave 8: Cold Harbours edited by Andy Cox
reviewed by Lisa DuMond
Some people camp out overnight to snatch up a copy of the latest Harry Potter adventure; Lisa moons around her post office now, waiting for the next issue. The strange thing is, no matter how high her expectations are, the magazine always exceeds them. There truly is no other magazine out there that brings readers the kind of stories you see in every issue of Crimewave.

Crimewave 7: The Last Sunset Crimewave 7: The Last Sunset edited by Andy Cox
reviewed by Lisa DuMond
This magazine has remained on the cutting edge of dark realism while maintaining its high standards and bringing readers the very best in the genre. What a shame it is only quarterly; stories of this callibre a person could easily get addicted to and find themselves in withdrawal a large part of the year. This issue, subtitled The Last Sunset, is another winner -- crammed to bursting with the "good stuff."

Crimewave 6: Breaking Point Crimewave 6: Breaking Point edited by Andy Cox
reviewed by Lisa DuMond
In the genre of dark realism, there are few contenders; it is a magazine truly unlike any other. Just ask any of its legions of avid fans. Or, better yet, do the smart thing and pick up a copy to experience it for yourself. Or subscribe, even. This is the kind of magazine you don't want to miss any issues of, because there are good and even superb short stories in every one.

Crimewave 3 Crimewave 3 edited by Andy Cox
reviewed by Lisa DuMond
Dark realism, mystery, even a splash of speculative fiction -- this is a perfect outlet for the flourishing, breakaway school of crime fiction. Gone are the police procedurals, the two-bit crooks, the hard-boiled dicks; they have a place, but this isn't it. Instead, you are locked eye-to-eye with the human monsters among us. And it's a chilling experience.

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