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Monday, April 2, 2012

Mystery & Crime Fiction Blog Carnival - April 2012

It is the first Monday of the month - time for another highly anticipated Blog Carnival.  Please help get the newsletter for the blog carnival more subscribers.  If a blog reviews mystery/suspense/thrillers occasionally then I would like to feature them.   I send the newsletter out once a month announcing the deadline for submitting to this blog carnival.  Multiple entries from a blog are welcome.  Now on to this month's blog carnival.  Click on the title or author's name to go to that link.


Police Procedural / PI Book Review

The Book Nook reviewed Evil Under the Sun by Agatha Christie

How Mysterious! reviewed Snapshot by Garry Disher

Mysteries in Paradise reviewed Whispering Death by Garry Disher and shares it is the best that she has read in the last month.

How Mysterious reviewed Woman with Birthmark by Hakan Nesser

S. Krishna's Books reviewed Deeper Than the Dead by Tami Hoag

How Mysterious! reviewed Hurt Machine by Reed Farrel Coleman


Amateur Sleuth / Cozy book Review


A Date With a Book reviewed Latte Trouble By Cleo Coyle

The Book Nook reviewed At Bertram's Hotel, and A Pocket Full of Rye by Agatha Christie

How Mysterious reviewed I am Half-Sick of Shadows by Alan Bradleys

Thoughts in Progress reviewed Double Booked for Death by Ali Brandon, and Endangered by Pamela Beason

A Date With a Book reviewed Through the Grinder By Cleo Coyle

Booking Mama reviewed So Pretty It Hurts by Kate White

How Mysterious! reviewed Broken English by P.L. Glaus

Adlin's Adventures reviewed Murder on the Eightfold Path by Diana Killian

A Date With a Book reviewed Hail to the Chef by Julie Hyzy

Novel Reflections reviewed Buried in a Book by Lucy Arlington

How Mysterious! reviewed A Killer's Christmas in Wales by Elizabeth Duncan


Thriller/Suspense Fiction Book Review

Thoughts in Progress reviewed Hard Target by Howard Gordon

Booking Mama reviewed Blue Monday by Nicci French

Thoughts in Progress reviewed The Immortalists by Kyle Mills

Booking Mama reviewed The Book of Lost Fragrances by M.J. Rose

Thoughts in Progress reviewed The Undertaker’s Widow by Phillip Margolin

Booking Mama reviewed The Gods or Gotham by Lindsay Faye



Liz Andra Shaw reviewed Record Of Wrongs by Andy Straka



Author Interview

Thoughts in Progress gives us an interview with Steven James

Thoughts in Progress gives us an interview with Brad Taylor


Writing Tips and Advice

Write With Fey gives us "Get Ready, Set, TONE!"

Patricia Gligor's Writers Forum gives us "Truth IS Stranger than Fiction"






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A huge "Thank You" to all the wonderful bloggers out there who contributed to the carnival.  Keep them coming.

Let's make next month's Carnival even better. For more information on the specifics of the Carnival and how to submit your posts go here.
 
 
Submit your blog entry for next month's Carnival here: (http://blogcarnival.com/bc/submit_8796.html)

 
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6 comments:

Dalene @ A Date with a Book said...

This is amazing!! Thanks for letting me participate. I plan on next month as well. Have some great reviews for next month. Not so cozy like I did this month. Thanks!!

Keith said...

Hi Ariel
It occurs to me you might not have been able to contact me to reply to my previous mail - sorry. My email address is kdixon7244@aol.com.
Thanks
Keith

Keith said...

Oops, now I see my previous comment didn't make it ...
Well, what I said was that your page for participating in the Blog Carnival didn't seem to be working, so apologies for using the comments to contact you with a bit of self-publicity! I wanted to say that I'd like to contribute to your Carnival, perhaps with one of my existing blogs. I write about crime fiction from the perspective of a writer, reviewing books more on the style of the writer in question than reviewing the plot etc. You can find the blog at www.cwconfidential.blogspot.com. A blog you could use is on Harlan Coben's latest book, at http://www.cwconfidential.blogspot.fr/2012/03/harlan-coben-up-close-and-personal.html
Thanks and apologies again
Keith Dixon

Keith said...

Any reply ... ?

Marce said...

Wow, so glad to have found you - came over from the Goodreads competition. Definitely will join in and network.

My blog when you have time.

http://teawithmarce.blogspot.com/

Keith said...

Hi Ariel
Thanks for your reply - sorry for MY delay in replying! You went into a moderated comment box that I didn't even know I had ... All's well now, including you, I hope!

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