If you are looking for the Spring Blog Carnival, it is the post just prior to this one - scroll down and you will see it.
Booking Mama reviewed the legal mystery The Fifth Witness by Michael Connelly.
Avid Reader reviewed Blood Country by Dan Jewell
Reactions to Reading reviewed Bound by Vanda Symon: A fast-paced, engaging and credible story and even the ending did not disappoint (a rarer thing than it should be).
Booking Mama reviewed Started Early, Took My Dog by Kate Atkinson
Mike Dennis reviewed Kiss Her Goodbye by Mickey Spillane and Max Allan Collins: Mike Hammer is back. It’s the 1970s. He’s a lot older now, a little mellower, and far more world-weary.
Booking Mama also reviewed A Lesson In Secrets by Jacqueline Winspear
Avid Reader reviewed Blood Country by Dan Jewell and said it is an entertaining detective mystery with an intricate plot and complex cast of characters.
Fair Dinkum Crime reviewed The Tower by Michael Duffy: Promising start to a new Australian crime fiction series with an almost true-crime feel.
Booking Mama reviewed Guilt by Association by Marcia Clark
Reactions to Reading reviewed Bruno, Chief of Police by Martin Walker: thoroughly engaging and surprisingly thought-provoking novel that I recommend to readers (or listeners) of any sort.
Amateur Sleuth / Cozy book Review
Booking Mama reviewed Mourning Gloria by Susan Wittig Albert
Mysteries and My Musings reviewed An Uninvited Ghost by E.J. Copperman
Booking Mama also reviewed To Have and To Kill by Mary Jane Clark
Mysteries and My Musings reviewed Blast From The Past by Toni Kelner
Booking Mama reviewed Devil's Food Cake Murder by Joanne Fluke
Thriller/Suspense Fiction Book Review
Reactions to Reading reviewed What Was Lost by Catherine O'Flynn: My favourite book of the year so far. It might even be my favourite book of the decade. Or the century. Or …you know…of forever.
Mysteries and My Musings reviewed Bad Moon Rising by L.F. Crawford
Ebook Endeavors gives us the post Can a "Normal" Author Make a Living E-publishing?
Avid Reader gives us an interview with Thacher E. Cleveland