Elmore Leonard was a prolific writer when he was alive, and in death, well, nothing has changed. He's still got new work coming.
On June 16, William Morrow will publish "Charlie Martz and Other Stories," a collection of 15 short stories by Leonard, 11 of which have never been published.
Leonard, who died in 2013 at the age of 87, published more than 50 books, starting with "The Bounty Hunters" in 1953. His earliest stories were pulp westerns, but he became known for the witty, swift-moving crime fiction of "Freaky Deaky" and "52 Pickup."