Crime Fiction News Break


 

Links You’ll Want

Orenda Books Event At Waterstones

Orenda Books

Thrillerfest

Theakston’s Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival

Investigation Discovery and ID Wine Club

Martin Edwards

The Story of Classic Crime in 100 Books

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14 responses to “Crime Fiction News Break

  1. What a fascinating conversation! Will this be a new feature of Crime Fiction News Break? Wishing you a fun holiday weekend, Margot!

    • Thanks, Sue – I’m glad you found this interesting. For right now, I don’t plan for it to be a regular feature of the news break; it just happened to work out this time. But who knows what the future might hold?

  2. Keishon

    There’s an echo in the audio…are you guys using FaceTime? I love the Golden Age of crime and continue to read it although I don’t blog anymore (kinda miss it). Recently, I enjoyed The Little Sister by Raymond Chandler, an author I started out disliking but see he had better books than The Big Sleep. Have a safe and happy July 4th weekend Margot (and family).

  3. Looking forward to Martin’s book.

  4. Great news break, Margot, and very different this time. I will be looking out for Martin Edwards’ new book also.

  5. I was so glad to be part of this, Margot. Thanks very much, not least for introducing me to Google Hangouts!

    • The honour was mine, Martin. I’m so pleased you joined me for the broadcast, and I hope you will again some time. I know I learned a lot. And I’m glad Google Hangouts worked for us both!

  6. Well that was an unexpected extension of the Crime Break – I loved it! So interesting to hear the two of you chat, and I am so glad you took the time and space to discuss things at length – so rare to hear a proper conversation on our favourite topic. I can’t wait to read Martin’s book.

    • I don’t think you’ll be disappointed, Moira. And I’m so very glad you enjoyed the interview. It was a delight to chat to Martin, and I know I learned a lot. I like your term for it: ‘proper conversation.’ I hope there’ll be other such conversations in the future.

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