This reviewer now understands G-Force as simply Gorman
and Greenberg combining their immense talents on
unsuspecting readers by providing the best anthologies.
The latest collection provides the audience with over forty
short stories from the wide gamut of sub-genres that makes
up the mystery realm. Almost all the contributions are
superb as many of the genre's top guns provided an entry.
There is also several articles providing understanding of
the state of the genre in the year 2000 including insight
into the status in several nations. This reviewer split
her time by reading one of the eight articles for every
five fictionalized stories because bluntly though the
accounts are interesting; it is the fiction that draws the
reader including moi. G-Force has succeeded once again
with an engaging collection that genre fans will enjoy
because the stories are entertaining and the articles
fascinating with where we have been and where we seem to be
The very best crime and mystery short fiction of 2000. The second volume in this on-going annual series collecting the very best of the years mystery and crime fiction from all around the world. Edgar and Bram Stoker Award nominated editor Ed Gorman has once again selected the very best and packed them into this mammoth volume.