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Monday, September 2, 2013

Mystery & Crime Fiction Blog Carnival - September 2013

It is the first Monday of the month - time for another highly anticipated Blog Carnival. 


Please help the newsletter for the blog carnival to get more subscribers.  If a blog reviews mystery/suspense/thrillers (even occasionally) then I would like to feature those reviews.  I send the newsletter out once a month announcing the deadline for submitting to this blog carnival.  Multiple entries from a blog are welcome. 

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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 / Legal



Tea Time with Marce reviewed Corrupt Practices by Robert Rotstein and shares The title is perfect, is the legal system corrupt or the church? I bet you won't figure this one out.

Buried Under Books reviewed Rules of Crime by L.J. Sellers

Booking Mama reviewed The Cuckoo's Calling by Robert Galbraith and shares it is a debut mystery in a classic vein featuring Detective Cormoran Strike who investigates a supermodel's "suicide."

Buried Under Books reviewed Beware this Boy by Maureen Jennings



Amateur Sleuth / Cozy book Review

Mysteries and My Musings reviewed Tarnished and Torn by Juliet Blackwell


Buried Under Books reviewed Bonereapers by Jeanne Matthews

Mysteries and My Musings reviewed Bewitched, Bothered, and Biscotti by Bailey Cates


Buried Under Books reviewed Dark Passage by Marcia Talley

Mysteries and My Musings reviewed Heirs and Graces by Rhys Bowen





Thriller/Suspense Fiction Book Review

Mysteries and My Musings reviewed The Mystery Woman by Amanda Quick

Booking Mama reviewed The English Girl by Daniel Silva, the newest Gabriel Allon novel.

Carstairs Considers reviewed The Survivor by Gregg Hurwitz and shares it is a character driven suspense novel that is a great read.

Booking Mama reviewed Pray for Us Sinners by Patrick Taylor and shares: this is a well-paced political thriller about the conflict between the Provisional Irish Republican Army (PIRA) and the British in 1973.

Booking Mama reviewed The Dinner by Herman Koch and shares it is more of a quiet psychological suspense book.


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2 comments:

Jason Adams said...

Thanks for the post, sounds like a great list of reads. I love thrillers so I'll be taking a look at a few of them. I just read a great book others might like called “Publics: Libertas Aut Mors” by Baltazar Bolado, http://baltazarbolado.net/, and it’s a great thriller read. Thanks for the post and the recommendations.

James Lackie said...

All sound like books my wife would like. Thanks for the post and suggestion from you, Jason; just and FYI though, I was checking out the book you recommended and found that the correct title is “Publius: Libertas Aut Mors”. Thanks again.

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