Norman Partridge

Norman Partridge's first novel, "Slippin' into Darkness, " was heralded as "nitro-laced, in-your-face fiction" "(Locus)." His short fiction has made regular appearances in the "year's best" anthologies for suspense, mystery, and horror. A collection of short stories, "Mr. Fox and Other Feral Tales, " won the Bram Stoker award. Another collection of short fiction, "Bad Intentions, " was a World Fantasy nominee. A pair of supercharged suspense novels, "Saguaro Riptide" and "The Ten-Ounce Siesta, ...See more