New Book Review for Mitzi Szereto’s The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns

The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns by Mitzi Szereto was recently reviewed by Madame Perry’s Salon, read the review here.

The Best New Crime Stories Small Towns

 Are you ready for this? Edited by acclaimed author and anthologist Mitzi Szereto, the stories in this volume span the globe. Discover how murders, shooting sprees, violent robberies, and other bad things can and do happen in small towns all over the world. 

I read The Best New Crime Stories Small Towns and you know I have to share! 

For those like me who are long on true crime and short on time, Mitzi Szereto’s call for submissions to this anthology has delivered a bounteous collection. Aficionados of the genre dig into the backstories of the twisted minds of killers. Though short, a story per chapter, these narratives pack a wallop into a bite sized offering.

Shed the idyllic images of small town life, simple and safe in quiet rural areas. Leaving the big cities and urban hotspots behind? Better take your window grills with you. Bizarre crimes from small towns all around the world – Wales, the United States, Trinidad and Tobago, and more – will have the reader checking the locks and jumping at every sound.

And if you’re somehow new to Szereto I can’t emphasize strongly enough that you should get to her website now for maximum entertainment offerings. 

This petite powerhouse writes mystery, erotica, humor, and loads more.  A dual citizen of the US and the UK, where she produced and hosted a popular TV show, she also works with her constant companion Teddy Tedaloo.

Tedaloo, who has several titles in his own name, is also an amateur food critic – at least at home.