The first book in E.A. Aymar’s “Dead” trilogy, I’ll Sleep When You’re Dead, was published in the fall of 2013 by Black Opal Books. His essays
have appeared in a number of top thriller publications, and his short
fiction has been featured in several literary journals. He studied
creative writing in college, holds an M.A. in literature, and is an
active member of the Mystery Writers of America, the International
Thriller Writers, and Sisters in Crime (though he’s a mister). He lives
with his wife and son just outside of Washington, DC. To learn more
about E.A. Aymar or his work, please visit his website or follow him on Twitter. You can even like him on Facebook. After all, he likes you.
99 entries by E.A. Aymar
Crime Plus Music: Twenty Stories of Music-Themed Noir
Edited by Jim Fusilli
A solid collection from some of the best writers in the biz.
Blowin’ Up: Rap Dreams in South Central
By Jooyoung Lee
This fascinating look at an oft-misunderstood musical genre suffers from the absence of women
Someone to Watch Over Me
By Yrsa Sigurdardóttir; translated by Philip Roughton
A stiff protagonist and action left off the page undermine this thriller.
The Empty Quarter
By David L. Robbins
A tense military thriller proves hard to put down and impossible to forget.