Fiction: “Take it to the Bank” by Curtis Ippolito


Take it to the Bank

by Curtis Ippolito

Susie skidded to a stop for a fourth time, her rubber-soled flats smudging black streaks on the grocery store’s waxed linoleum floor. She darted left, caught a glimpse of him shuffling past the opposite end of the ice cream aisle. Her mouthed flopped open to suck more air. A bead of sweat trickled down her temple. The chirping of items being rung up from the wall of checkout registers behind her bleated out as it did all day, every day. Her flaring nostrils snorted stale air conditioning and lemon-scented floor cleaner. When she made it to the coffee aisle, the man doubled back, so she jerked to a stop, mirrored him.

A Street Scene by Chris Despas


On leaving my residence for the day ahead, in crossing the street, in the middle of the intersection I walk through a lingering cloud of gunpowder.  Police officers on foot, in pairs, are stationed at crossings in the vicinity of it on otherwise empty streets.  Gunpowder in the air makes it seem like the officers were here when a shooting took place.  Has a civilian been shot in armed robbery?  Unlikely here, where there happens to be a bright streetlight.  Besides, there’s no sign of trauma.  It’s peaceful, though it wasn’t when police perhaps exchanged gunfire during a car chase some twenty minutes ago.   

Volume 4, Issue 1 Now Available


Our new issue is now available on KINDLE (AMAZON & AMAZON UK)

We are excited to announce our newest issue is now available in print and on Kindle! This issue features short stories that will leave readers on the edge of their seat. Showcasing a wide range of tales, everything from physiological thrillers, to brutal tales of murder, to political thrillers, and much more, this issue has everything that fans of the genre love!

Authors/Poets included are: 
Brian Beatty, Chris Fortunato, Edward Ahern, J.B. Stevens, Stanton McCaffery, Julie McClement, Rob D. Smith, Robb T. White, Susan Cornford, Nils Gilbertson, Timothy Friend, Michael Mallory, & Madeline Weisbeck

We greatly appreciate your support! Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions. Thank you.

Ammar Habib
Editor-In-Chief of Thriller Magazine

Interview with Robb T. White


Today, we get a chance to sit down and chat with author Robb T. White. We’ve been honored to publish several of Mr. White’s short stories in Thriller Magazine, and he is also the author of several novels, including his Thomas Haftmann Series. He’s a terrific author, and we were excited to ask him a few questions about his writing background and his works. You can learn more about Mr. White on his WEBSITE!

Author Robb White



Big Truck in the Garden

by Brian Beatty

Cale was sitting on the front porch of his crumbling farm house, plunking away on a banjo, when up pulled a pair of sheriff’s cars without their lights or sirens going.

“Lucky me!” Cale hooted. “This must be a social visit. Sorry I’m out of iced tea, boys.”

“Just looking into a missing persons lead,” said the taller, dumber-looking of the deputies.

“I’m right here,” Cale replied. “Been out here all afternoon. You can ask my neighbors.”

Interview with Cara Reinard


Though most aspiring authors will go through a phase of rejection when starting out their writing careers, very few will stick with it. Even fewer will be willing to go through ten years of rejections, three different literary agents, and four different manuscripts before finding their “match.” Cara Reinard, however, was willing to to through that process. After many years of writing, Cara’s debut novel, Sweet Water, is finally hitting bookshelves on January 1, 2021. Cara’s dedication has paid off because Sweet Water has already received thousands of positive reviews from readers and has cleared several bestseller lists on Amazon. We recently caught up with Cara on the eve of her novel’s release and were able to ask her some questions about her career and work.

Book Review: Stories and Places I Remember


Rating: 5 Stars

Stories and Places I Remember is available on AMAZON

Previously known for his thriller novels and short stories, author Joe Giordano now treats us to a terrific anthology. Stories and Places I Remember by Joe Giordano offers 25 short stories, each with its own twist. The stories start in Brooklyn but take the reader throughout the globe and into the viewpoints of many different characters.  

Interview with Mark Nosler & Kolby Diaz


There’s a new comic in town that fans of darker thrillers need to get their hands on. Created by Mark Nosler and featuring Kolby Diaz (an author we’ve published several times in our magazine), Sin takes us into the world of Concepcion Corp as we follow along with Patient 223 on his quest for answers and liberation!

The series’s first issue, Sin: The Awakening, released just a few weeks ago. It has sold out of print copies for the moment, but digital copies are available HERE. You definitely want to grab a copy while you still can!

We recently caught up to Mark and Kolby and got the chance to ask them a few questions as they work on the second issue of the series!



The Patient is available on AMAZON in print, on Kindle, and as an audio book!

There is nothing quite like having your debut novel published! It’s a day that every author dreams of. Jasper DeWitt is one such author who is getting that experience. His debut novel, The Patient, has just hit shelves, and it’s already received heaps of praise from readers and reviewers. We recently caught up with Jasper and got a chance to ask him a few questions.