The New Yorker’s March 9, 2015 issue features a new short story by Stephen King called “A Death” and you can read it right now on their website.
Here is a synopsis of the tale:
“A Death is about the murder of a young girl and the man suspected of killing her. Set in the Black Hills of Dakota shortly before the territory enters the United States in 1889, the story opens with Jim Trusdale’s arrest.”
The prolific author discusses the story HERE and it will appear this fall in a new collection of short stories titled “The Bazaar of Bad Dreams.”