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Crime and mystery fiction
Crime and mystery fiction
Crime and mystery fiction
Crime and mystery fiction
Crime and mystery fiction
Crime and mystery fiction
Crime and mystery fiction
Bernadette
For those who would like to continue to congregate online with the people from this room I have created a FB group called Petrona's Crime and Mystery Friends. It is semi private - anyone can see the group and see who's a member but you have to be a member to see the posts. Here's the group address https://www.facebook.com/groups...
I've only created my FB account just so I could start this group so I'm still muddling through what the best approach is but am happy for everyone here to be members of the group - not sure if you have to send requests or be approved or whatever but we will sort it out - Margot is also a group admin and I'm happy for anyone else to be an admin too - I definitely do not want to "own" the group - just thought we'd better do something and there's only a month before FF shuts down and I wanted to announce this in time so that those who only occasionally visit us here have as much time as possible to find out where we've gone. Will work on seeing if there is a way to get our blogs to feed in automatically to the group (I know we can manually post blog entries but we do have some blogs posting here where the owners don't visit that often). Anyway, hopefully all can be worked out. For FB purposes I'm Bernadette Squared if anyone is looking for me - Bernadette
Thank you, Bernadette, for doing this. - Margot Kinberg
OK I used lunch hour to have a go at feeding all the blogs that feed in here into the new FB group. I'm using a service called RSS Graffiti and I think I've set it up right but we won't know until people start posting to their blogs. FYI I've copied all the blog feeds from this room with the exception of 3 - Rhian's because she announced last week she's closing her blog and Mack's and... more... - Bernadette
Thanks for the initiative Bernadette. I've take up my FB account and have joined the group. - Jose Ignacio
Thanks from me, waving from over here. See you on the blogs, I hope. - barbara fister
Cheers - col
Thanks so much Bernadette, it looks great. - Karen Meek
Thanks for doing that Bernadette. - Moira Redmond
Crime and mystery fiction
Crime and mystery fiction
The Bullfighting Experience in Or the Bull Kills You - http://mysteriesandmore.blogspot.com/2015...
The Bullfighting Experience in Or the Bull Kills You
I'm avoiding this book because of its subject but I may give the later ones a go as they are well reviewed. - Karen Meek
Thanks for the comment Karen. I plan to keep reading the series. - Bill Selnes
Crime and mystery fiction
Review: TALKING TO THE DEAD by Harry Bingham - http://reactionstoreading.com/2015...
I loved all the books in this series especially the third one. The Strange Death of Fiona Griffiths was a great book. Fiona is such a great character. - William Falo
I have these books in my tbr and one day I hope to read them! - Karen Meek
Good to know the series keeps on being good William...I did kind of wonder if the character of Fiona could be sustained but I am definitely curious to seek out #2 - Bernadette
The third one was my favorite. I already ordered the fourth one. - William Falo from iPhone
Crime and mystery fiction
Crime and mystery fiction
Review: AN EVENT IN AUTUMN, Henning Mankell - http://paradise-mysteries.blogspot.com/2015...
Thanks Kerrie for the link. I agree with your review completely. - Karen Meek
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Jose Ignacio
In the Woods by Tana French The winner of the 2008 Edgar Award for Best First Novel by an American Author, the 2008 Barry Award for Best First Novel, the 2008 Macavity Award for Best First Mystery Novel, and the 2008 Anthony Award for Best First Novel is available today at € 0.99 in Kindle format at Amazon.es
Crime and mystery fiction
Crime and mystery fiction
Crime and mystery fiction
Crime and mystery fiction
Interview with Jørn Lier Horst to mark the publication of The Caveman - https://mrspeabodyinvestigates...
Crime and mystery fiction
Not read Marklund, but I'll keep an open mind and an eye out for one of her books, despite the size of the existing stacks! - col
Crime and mystery fiction
a few bits and bobs for the ScandiFan - https://scandinaviancrimeficti...
Thanks for the mention :-) - Margot Kinberg
Thanks Barbara - I haven't got to your list of qs yet (email) but I will. - Karen Meek
Crime and mystery fiction
Crime and mystery fiction
Crime and mystery fiction
Is 500+ pages ever the right number? - http://reactionstoreading.com/2015...
rarely, if ever. Most books of any length could usually do with a good edit. The only people lengthy books seem to suit are those that think that more pages for the same money represents better value, as if quality is the same as quantity. - Rob
i echo Rob's thoughts. I tend to find the best reads are in the 350-420 page range, though sometimes the smaller ones (under 300) are great too - Craig Sisterson
I so often itch to edit good books to a better length. (Tana French is a terrific writer, but drowining in little darlings.) But I loved Trollope and was happy to read ridiculously long Russian novels when younger. - barbara fister
Crime and mystery fiction
Review: LETTERS TO MY DAUGHTER’S KILLER by Cath Staincliffe - http://reactionstoreading.com/2015...
Crime and mystery fiction
Review: Janet O’Kane – No Stranger to Death - http://crimepieces.com/2015...
Crime and mystery fiction
Crime and mystery fiction
New Kiwi crime: THE TAROT MURDERS by Lila Richards - http://kiwicrime.blogspot.com/2015...
New Kiwi crime: THE TAROT MURDERS by Lila Richards
And only £1.99 UK Kindle. - Karen Meek
Crime and mystery fiction
Review: WHITE CROCODILE by K.T. Medina - http://reactionstoreading.com/2015...
So glad you liked it. - Karen Meek from Android
Crime and mystery fiction
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