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Monday, April 6, 2015

Mystery & Crime Fiction Blog Carnival - April 2015

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

Mysteries and My Musings reviewed Game of Mirrors by Andrea Camilleri

Kay's Reading Life reviewed To Dwell in Darkness by Deborah Crombie

Carstairs Considers reviewed The Gods of Guilt by Michael Connelly

Girl Lost in a Book reviewed The Edge of Dreams by Rhys Bowen

Booking Mama reviewed A Dangerous Place by Jacqueline Winspear

Amateur Sleuth / Cozy book Review
Mysteries and My Musings reviewed A Wee Murder in My Shop by Fran Stewart

Carstairs Considers reviewed Wouldn't It Be Deadly by D. E. Ireland

Girl Lost in a Book reviewed The Counterfeit Heiress by Tasha Alexander

Debbie's Book Bag reviewed Steeped in Evil by Lara Childs

Carstairs Considers reviewed At the Drop of a Hat by Jenn McKinlay

Mysteries and My Musings reviewed Horse of a Different Killer by Laura Morrigan

Girl Lost in a Book reviewed The Witch Hunter's Tale by Sam Thomas

Carstairs Considers reviewed Death is Like a Box of Chocolates by Kathy Aarons

Debbie's Book Bag reviewed Murder Ties the Knot by Christy Fifield

Girl Lost in a Book reviewed Murder, She Barked by Krista Davis

Carstairs Considers reviewed Puzzled Indemnity by Parnell Hall

Debbie's Book Bag reviewed Assault and Pepper by Leslie Budewitz

Girl Lost in a Book reviewed The Ghost and Mrs. Mewer by Krista Davis

Thriller/Suspense /Intrigue Fiction Book Review

Booking Mama reviewed Crazy Love You by Lisa Unger

Booking Mama reviewed Woman With a Gun by Phillip Margolin

Booking Mama reviewed Monday's Lie by Jamie Mason

Author Interview

Mysteries and My Musings featured a guest post by Fran Stewart

Mysteries and My Musings featured a guest post by Laura Morrigan

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to all the wonderful bloggers who contributed to the carnival.  Keep them coming and let's keep this carnival going. 
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

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Lucy Fisher said...

So many great sounding books here. Thank You. I would love to read some opinions here on Brian Hamms 'The Art Broker'.
That was easily my favorite read so far in these genres. One of them books that I found next to impossible to put down and stuck in my mind for weeks afterwards.
It's especially enjoyable if you have an interest in art.
The story follows an art dealer in Las Vegas who gets involved with a troubled teenage girl and becomes mixed up in all kinds of mess among a seedy underworld of crime.

I feel that this book could pick up some awards this year. It was a truly fantastic read.

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