Sixteen great reads for another night of crime and punishment! A ghost is not always a ghost in John Russell Fearnâ€™s â€śChamber of Centuries.â€ť In 1936 columnist Alexander Brass learns why â€śHe Couldnâ€™t Fly.â€ť In 1930sâ€™ Kansas Lonni Leesâ€™s â€śThe Blue-Eyed Bandit,â€ť a bank robber, finally meets his match. Detective Bentley Hollow returns to the world of high-priced collectibles in â€śThe Fenton Art Glass Murder,â€ť by Gary Lovisi. Arthur Pym is pushed into a life of crime by both his wife and his mistress in Richard A. Lupoffâ€™s â€śTriptych.â€ť In William Malteseâ€™s â€śTom Cruiseâ€™s Tightie-Whities,â€ť an avid collector carries his fetish just a step too far. In â€śThe Affair of the Midnight Midget,â€ť by Ardath Mayhar, Sherlock Holmes is absent from Baker Street, so Mrs. Hudson must pick up the pieces! There are many ways in which crime impacts the soul, as A. R. Morlan aptly demonstrates in her gripping â€śTattoo.â€ť Robert Reginaldâ€™s â€śOccamâ€™s Razorâ€ť is a medieval mystery involving William of Occam and the Knights Templar. â€śSome Unpublished Correspondence of the Younger Pliny,â€ť by Darrell Schweitzer, has Pliny investigating a murder in second-century Asia Minor. Brian Stableford also visits Roman times in his marvelous â€śThe Gardens of Tantalus.â€ť â€śThe Praetorâ€ť of Aurel Stancu must make his accounting in a very different way. An English mansion is haunted by Gerald Vernerâ€™s â€śThe Gray Monk,â€ť but Superintendent Budd soon finds the truth. In Don Webbâ€™s â€śThe Divorce,â€ť separation takes on a whole new meaning! â€śThe Mystery of the Missing Meteor Field Carrots,â€ť by Lois June Wickstrom and Lucrecia Darling, is a delightful childrenâ€™s fantasy mystery. In George Zebrowskiâ€™s â€śThe Wish in the Fear,â€ť is paranoia paranoia when itâ€™s justified?