The Missus, a short story by Bill Cameron
County Line by Bill Cameron
West Coast Crime Wave, edited by Brian Thornton, including
Portland Noir, edited by Kevin Sampsell, including
Killer Year anthology, edited by Lee Child, including
Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, including
Waldo's Gold, a Melisende Dulac novella, by W.H. Cameron
Lost Dog by Bill Cameron
Chasing Smoke by Bill Cameron
Diaries of Misspent Youth, three short stories by Bill Cameron
Crossroad by W.H. Cameron
Deadly Treats, edited by Anne Frasier, including
The Princess of Felony Flats, a short story by Bill Cameron
Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, including
Protectors anthology, including
Property of the State by Bill Cameron
Day One by Bill Cameron
The Practical Christmas, a short story by Bill Cameron
First Thrills anthology, edited by Lee Child, including
Murder at the Beach, the 2014 Bouchercon Anthology, including
A Beast Without a Name, edited by Brian Thornton, including
Puppy Love Noir, three short stories by Bill Cameron
When not tending his chickens, BCMystery shapes unruly words into captivating people caught in harrowing situations. As Bill Cameron he writes the critically-acclaimed Skin Kadash mysteries. Apprentice mortician Melisende Dulac makes her debut in the high desert mystery Crossroad by W.H. Cameron. At present he is working on a historical mystery set on Tillamook Bay at the Oregon coast.

His stories have appeared in Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, Killer Year, A Beast Without a Name, Lee Child’s First Thrills anthology, Portland Noir, and more. His work has been nominated for the Left Coast Crime Rocky Award, the CWA Short Story Dagger, and multiple times for the Spotted Owl, which he won for County Line. His YA mystery Property of the State was named one of Kirkus Reviews Best of 2016.

The Author and His Editorial Overlord
The Author and His Editorial Overlord
When not tending his chickens, BCMystery shapes unruly words into captivating people caught in harrowing situations. As Bill Cameron he writes the critically-acclaimed Skin Kadash mysteries. Apprentice mortician Melisende Dulac makes her debut in the high desert mystery Crossroad by W.H. Cameron. At present he is working on a historical mystery set on Tillamook Bay at the Oregon coast.

His stories have appeared in Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, Killer Year, A Beast Without a Name, Lee Child’s First Thrills anthology, Portland Noir, and more. His work has been nominated for the Left Coast Crime Rocky Award, the CWA Short Story Dagger, and multiple times for the Spotted Owl, which he won for County Line. His YA mystery Property of the State was named one of Kirkus Reviews Best of 2016.

Crossroad, by W.H. Cameron
Property of the State, by Bill Cameron
County Line, by Bill Cameron
Day One, by Bill Cameron
Chasing Smoke, by Bill Cameron
Lost Dog, by Bill Cameron