From Wildside Press comes Fish Tales: The Guppy Anthology, edited by Ramona DeFelice Long. For those who don’t know, the Guppies are members of Sisters in Crime’s online chapter for “the great unpublished.” Except that some of them have been published before in other genres, and some have published other crime stories and novels. Now 22 of them have been published in this anthology of stories with a watery theme. Annette Dashofy’s “A Murder Runs Through It” is about a riverside picnic spoiled by murder. Beth Groundwater is a successful mystery novelist already. Her story, “Fatal Fish Flop,” has a great opening line for an anthology like this one. Kaye George’s “The Truck Contest” proves that sometimes pickups and ice-covered lakes aren’t a good combination. All the stories are well done, and this volume is a great opportunity for you to discover some writers just beginning what are sure to be long careers.