Crime Fiction News Break


 

Links You’ll Want
 

Gunshine State 

Andrew Nette

Cold London Blues 

Paul D. Brazill

Happily Never After 

Bloody Scotland

Berkeley Literary Salons

Dean Street Press

 
 
 

If you’ve got a crime fiction update, such as a conference or festival, and you’d like to share it, do let me know (margotkinberg(at)gmail(dot)com).

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24 responses to “Crime Fiction News Break

  1. Really enjoy your Newsbreaks. Happily Never After sounds like a lot of fun & even tho i can’t attend Bloody Scotland, I’m looking forward to hearing who wins the McIlvanney prize 😀

  2. I always enjoy the newsbreak, Margot, and this time I was particularly taken with the idea of a literary salon on crime fiction – it seems an unlikely combination, but I’m sure will be great fun. (And think what a setting it would make for a crime novel…)

    • Thanks, Moira. And I love it that crime writers are included in these salons. It may not seem likely on the surface, but I can see how it works. And yes, an absolutely perfect setting for a crime novel!

  3. I’ve never heard of Happily Never After. What an admirable cause. Nice to see Paul featured here, too.

    Writers Police Academy is coming up…August 11-14. Can’t wait!!!

  4. Margot: I enjoyed the news break. Always interesting information.

    I think the top with the geometric patterns looks great on you. (I do miss a hat for this break. I was hoping for a big Uncle Sam Hat for the 4th of July.)

  5. Nice to see the new novel by my partner in life/crime, Andrew Nette, in Crime Fiction News Break. Your readers might like to know that ‘Sunshine State’ is the nickname for Queensland, where the novel opens.

  6. Col

    Cheers PDB and Andrew Nette’s two new offerings are already on my radar. Nette’s Ghost Money was very good, plus I’m a fan of Paul’s work already.

  7. Thanks for the mention, Margot.

  8. Happily Never After sounds like a lot of fun – I have a sneaking suspicion it’s going to worm its way onto my TBR…

  9. This is a neat way to get these across!!

  10. Reblogged this on e. michael helms and commented:
    Don’t miss mystery writer/blogger Margot Kinberg’s Crime Fiction News Break!

  11. Well done and very informative as usual, Margot. Many thanks for your wonderful blog! 🙂

  12. tracybham

    I already have Gunshine State on preorder and looking forward to its release. Glad to hear you other news too. Would have loved to be at a literary salon with Bill Crider.

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