Human nature red in tooth and claw...
Tess has two new short stories due out in charity anthologies. First is 'Bang to Rights', about animal liberation and the search for belonging, due in the second Paladins anthology. Also, the second Crime & Publishment anthology, Wish You Weren't Here, will feature a reprint of 'Last Chance Saloon', about a dirty weekend with a difference.
Keep checking back for more details on both these projects.
Tess also has a number of works in progress, including novel 'Gravy Train', a noir romp in which a group of disparate - and desparate - characters chase a bag of money around the streets and canals of Birmingham. Then there's 'Embers of Bridges' (right), a humorous but ultimately black-as-night tale involving loyalty amongst thieves and a bizarre getaway on a canal boat. Lastly, novella 'Consumed by Slow Decay' examines the motives of three people with the best intentions who want to protect their loved ones, but may just end up in hell.
More info on all three in due course.
Don't just take Tess's word for it - other people have enjoyed her writing too. Here's what they've been kind enough to say:
"Tess Makovesky writes with an immediacy that pulls you instantly into the story."
Michael J Malone, author of 'Blood Tears' and 'Bad Samaritan'
"Another great new author to the crime scene."
Sheila Quigley, author of the Seahills series and the Holy Island trilogy
"[...one of] a group of writers that live by a formula for creating unexpected twists at the ends of their stories."
Dana Kabel, author
"...splendidly crafted to mislead readers about who the protagonist is and what he does for a living before kicking them in the gut with the truth at the end."
William E Wallace, author, on 'Singing From the Same Sheet'
Tess is a member of International Thriller Writers.