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Monday, May 3, 2010

Mystery & Crime Fiction Blog Carnival for May 2010

* * * * * If you have enjoyed this blog, then PRETTY PLEASE vote for this blog as best Entertainment Blog (proving reading is entertainment) and also as best Hobby Blog. Thank you most sincerely. There are voting buttons on the sidebar too. You will have to register with Blogger's Choice, but it is a simple process. I am listed under Mysterysuspence.Blogspot.com. * * * * * * * *

Winners of the TOMORROW RIVER book giveaway are Stella (Ex Librus) and Giada.  You should have received an email requesting your mailing address to send your copy to.
Police Procedural Book Review

Bernadette reveiws Hypothermia by Arnaldur IndriĆ°ason The subtle drama of these exquisitely depicted, intertwining stories is as compelling as any explosively dramatic book. Quite beautiful.
Alexia's Books and Such reviewed Fantasy in Death by J.D. Robb
 
Jennifer at Crazy For Books reviewed Alex Cross's Trial by James Patterson and Richard DiLallo
 
Hey Lady!  Whatcha Reading? reviews The Tunnels by Michelle Gagnon
 
Sharon's Garden of Book Reviews gave us Deception by Jonathon Kellerman
 
Private Investigator Book Review


Lesley's Book Nook reviewed the Maisie Dobbs (audio) by Jacqueline Winspear

 
 
Amateur Sleuth book Review
 
 A Million Words reviews the novel The Weed That Strings the Hangman's Bag by Alan Bradley  
 
Christy at Readin' and Dreamin' reviews the book Whom the Gods Love by Kate Ross
 
Cozy Mystery Book Review
 
Mark reviews three cozy novels in his post Recent Nightstand Visitors sharing "the post includes reviews of comedic mysteries Corpse on the Cob by Sue Ann Jaffarian, Revenge for Old Times' Sake by Kris Neri, and Death of a Trophy Wife by Laura Levine"
 
Lesa's Book Critiques reviews Farm Fresh Murder by Paige Shelton
 
Thriller/Suspense Fiction Book Review
 
KerrieS reviewed BLEED FOR ME, Michael Robotham saying this will be a strong contender for this year's Ned Kelly Awards.
 
Missy Frye reviews the novel The Right Call by Kathy Herman saying "with information that could solve a series of murders but endangers the girl he loves, a college boy grapples with what to do—and whom to trust."
 
Amanda at Bookshelf Monstrousity reviews The Ghost Writer by John Harwood
 
Author Interview
 
Mysteries and My Musing interviewed M. Louise Locke
 
Mysteries and My Musings interviewed Martha Grimes
 
Writing Tips and Advice
 
Writer sense gives us Creating a Villain Pt 1


Writer sense gives us Creating a Villain Pt 2

Research for background of Forensic Science JohnQ Stakes presents Top 10 Most Famous Forensic Scientists of All Time

 
 
*******I hope you got some ideas for new books or authors to read and even some tips and insights for writing.*******


For more information on the specifics of the Carnival and how to submit your posts go here.

And please help spread the word about this Blog carnival, it is very easy to submit a post to be included.





 
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6 comments:

Sharon's Garden of Book Reviews said...

Thank you for including me in your Blog Carnival! I was so thrilled! I mentioned it on my blog today as a part of my weekly contribution to the "It's Monday, What Are You Reading" meme! Here's the link - http://sharonsgardenofbookreviews.blogspot.com/2010/05/its-monday-what-are-you-reading.html

Again, thank you!

Audrey said...

I just voted for your great book blog. Thanks for the reading list! You might also enjoy a new one by Mike Hogan called, "The Ovary Wars." I am reading it right now and so far it's been a very intriguing medical thriller where the FBI needs to find the person or people who are sabotaging women's fertility before it's too late.

A.F. Heart said...

Sharon,

NO, THANK YOU for contributing to the book review blogosphere and for mentioning the blog carnival on your blog. I am honored to receive the mention.

I love all the book related blogs out there in this world of video games etc the more of a spotlight on reading there is the better!

Thank you for becoming a member too :-)
Ariel

A.F. Heart said...

Audrey,

Thanks so much for a great book suggestion. A great premise for the story!

Ariel

Dinah Bee Menil said...

Nice site, very informative. I like to read this.,it is very helpful in my part for my criminal law studies.

Nicola O. said...

Hi there, I was wondering if you could please contact me about the Bookworms' Carnival that you had signed up for? nicola327 AT hotmail DOT com, thanks.

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