Best American Mystery Stories 2010 Excerpt

Description Best-selling novelist Lee Child edits this latest collection of the genre's finest from the past year. Featuring gritty tales told with panache, this is a must-read for anybody who cares about crime stories (Booklist).
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  The Best AmericanMystery Stories ™ 2010 Edited and with an Introductionby  Lee Child Otto Penzler, Series Editor  a mariner srcinalhoughton mifflin harcourt boston ã new york 2010  Copyright © 2010 by Houghton Mi in Harcourt Publishing Company Introduction copyright © 2010 by Lee Child All rights reserved.The Best American Series® is a registered trademark o Houghton Mi in Harcourt Publishing Company. The Best American Mystery Stories  ™ is a trademark o Hough tonMi in Harcourt Publishing Company.No part o this work may be reproduced or transmitted in any orm or by any means,electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or by any inor-mation storage or retrieval system without the proper written permission o thecopyright owner unless such copying is expressly permitted by ederal copyright law. With the exception o nonproft transcription in Braille, Houghton Mi in Harcourt is not authorized to grant permission or urther uses o copyrighted se-lections reprinted in this book without the permission o their owners. Permissionmust be obtained rom the individual copyright owners as identifed herein. Ad-dress requests or permission to make copies o Houghton Mi in Harcourt mate-rial to Permissions, Houghton Mi in Harcourt Publishing Company, 215 Park Av-enue South, New York 10003. issn 1094-8384 isbn 978-0-547-23746-6 Printed in the United States o America doc 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1These stories are works o fction. Names, characters, places, and incidents areproducts o the authors’ imagination or are used fctitiously. Any resemblance toactual events, locales, or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.“Charlie and the Pirates” by Gary Alexander. First published in Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, January/February 2009. 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