Crime Fiction News Break


Links You’ll Want

Left Coast Crime

Killer Crime Festival

Wellcome Collection London 

London Book & Screen Week

Hallmark Films/Jesse Stone: Lost in Paradise 

New Sherlock Holmes novels from HarperCollins

Dean Street Press

Crime Book Club

Rebecca Bradley


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26 responses to “Crime Fiction News Break

  1. Fab video, Margot! All caught up, in less than 2 minutes. 😉

  2. So interesting as usual and reminding me to try and get to London to see the Forensics exhib by Wellcome. Thanks Margo. 🙂

  3. Kay

    This was so cute. Have you done this before? Wish I could have been at Left Coast Crime in Portland, but I told my husband, “We are going to Phoenix/Scottsdale next Februrary. You can play golf and I’m going to Left Coast Crime.” He just nodded his head. He’s used to me. LOL

    • Kay – I’m glad you enjoyed this. I do a Crime Fiction News Break about once a month. And I’m thinking about Scottsdale myself next year. We’ll have to see how it goes…

  4. New Sherlock Holmes novels? Hmm… I await with a mixture of anticipation and apprehension… 😉

  5. I am excited about the new Jesse Stone movie. I haven’t even read any of the books … although I plan to. But I like several of the actors in the series of movies, so I hope some of them continue.

  6. Margot: I enjoyed the Break. I did miss not seeing any chocolate almonds. I hope your staff have not taken them away from you.

    • Thanks, Bill – Glad you enjoyed the News Break. And no need to worry about the dark chocolate almonds (thanks for your concern!). My staff members know better than to take them away from me… 😉

  7. More interesting books there,Margot. Bean got quite excited about the forensics in London. I guess we’ll have to see if we can make it 🙂

  8. Col

    Thanks for the update!

  9. Always nice to catch up, and I can’t expect you to feature an Agatha Christie play in my neighbourhood every month! (Could you manage it for April….?)

  10. Kathy D.

    Thanks for the update in the crime fiction world. Quite a world it is, our club of readers must include millions. Would be good to know why people in various countries read mysteries. Maybe the reasons are the same, maybe different.

  11. Kathy D.

    A study! With graphs and charts? Great. Why people around the world read crime fiction. And also, why writers write crime fiction.
    Looking forward to the studies.

    • Oh, Kathy, the reasons why people write crime fiction is a separate and fascinating piece of research all on its own! But I definitely will think of ways to approach taking a look at why different people in different places read in the genre. I think it’s a really interesting question.

  12. I can’t believe I almost missed this! I love the Jesse Stone films. Can’t wait for the new one.

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