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Peter Swanson



Peter Swansons poems, stories and reviews have appeared in such journals as The Atlantic, Asimovs Science Fiction, Epoch, Measure, Notre Dame Review, Slant Magazine, Soundings East, Rattapallax, and The Vocabula Review.
He has won awards in poetry from The Lyric and Yankee Magazine, and is currently completing a sonnet sequence on all 53 of Alfred Hitchcocks films.
 He has earned degrees in Creative Writing, Education, and Literature from Trinity College, the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and Emerson College.

Genres: Mystery
 
Series
Malcolm Kershaw
   1. Eight Perfect Murders (2020)
     aka Rules for Perfect Murders
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