Molly Brown

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Molly Brown has been everything from an armed guard to a stand up comic. Her work has been translated into more than a dozen languages and she writes in a wide range of genres. Her short stories have been included in such "Best of" collections as: The Best of Interzone, The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, The Mammoth Book of Comic Fantasy, and The Best Time Travel Stories Ever Written. Other works include a novelisation based on the Cracker television series, Cracker: To Say I Love You ("Brown's taut novel is compelling, complex, dark - and a guaranteed page-turner." Booklist) and a science fiction thriller for teenagers, Virus ("A thoroughly readable thriller, especially recommended to young people who are (or should be) interested in computers, to the newcomer to SF (regardless of age), and to people who read to be entertained." Interzone).

Genres: Mystery
Series contributed to
Anthologies containing stories by Molly Brown
Short stories
Bad Timing [short story] (1991)
Ruella in Love (1993)
Rules of Engagement (1995)
The Psychomantium (1997)

Molly Brown recommends
Shadow Black (2002)
Tom Arden
"Tom Arden's Shadow Black is sinuous, sensual, and strange, with lashings of macabre humour and a feverish eroticism. This is Sunset Boulevard set on the English coast and directed by Fellini."