For those of you looking to join CrimeSpace, the requirements are simple: You need to have a genuine interest in crime fiction. While there are a number of authors on the site, the main focus of CrimeSpace is not promotion. It's community.
Hello CrimeSpace community,I joined this awesome group several years ago, got lost in a sea of other responsibilities, and am now returning and can't wait to look around! I"m curious to see who's here and what people are talking about.Wishing…Continue
Hi there Crimespace people. I have just joined here, on the recommendation of a friend from Goodreads. I have been a fan of Stuart Macbride's Logan Mcrae since the beginning (Cold Granite), yet I feel the violence and gore in the later novels…Continue
Started by Scott Michael Heath in Reading Room Oct 17, 2016.
HelloI've been (and still is) a great fan of books written by James Hadley Chase but unfortunately i recently finished the last one and, literally knowing them all by heart thus not finding any sense in reading them again (for now), decided to pick…Continue
Started by Alexander in Reading Room Oct 5, 2016.
My work-in-progress is a crime novel set in California. The protagonist is a long-serving detective in Robbery/Homicide in San Francisco. What I need to know is about the cars they drive. Is there one issued to them, or do they use their own car…Continue
Hi Guys:If you've read my previous posts, you'll know I'm a huge James Ellroy fan. You'll also have noticed that I've been disappointed by Ellroy's recent work. Anyway, I've discovered a new author who takes a lot from Ellroy, but whose work I've…Continue
Hey, everyone.Just joined up and reading your introductions - I get it. I have been a member of other groups online where, no matter what, someone says, "Yeah, that's just like my character in my latest novel..." It's a tough racket being an…Continue
Started by James Roby in The Main Bar Aug 6, 2016.
I just started listening to This is Rage, which is a podcast version of the book by Ken Goldstein. I found it while looking through the new and noteworthy section on iTunes and I'm hooked. Have you guys heard it? What do you think about turning…Continue
Started by Michelle Lancaster in The Main Bar Aug 6, 2016.
Hey folks,As you may be aware, Ning.com, the company who provides the servers and service for Crimespace to run on, charge an annual fee.The fee is $USD 239.90, and last year I made a similar call for donations to meet that fee. And then I posted to…Continue
I've been asked to write an article on the 10 best crime novels set in the 1960s. I've got my own ideas - but I'd like to hear what other people think. Any suggestions?Continue
I'm back after many years locked away. Not in prison away, something much more boring.I remember a thread about what makes a proper Manhattan. But since I've been gone I realize that a Manhattan is really a lot of hard work, and all the young people…Continue
Started by Chip Cook in Schmooze Lounge Jul 1, 2016.
I do not know if this the right place for this message. If it is please accept my apologies.
Wigtown is Scotland's National Book Town with a number of shops selling mysteries. In the area, there is a large number of people who read mysteries in all forms from historical mysteries to romance mysteries.
A committee has been formed to bring mystery events to the town at weekends on a regular basis.We would like to hear as soon as possible from…Continue
Posted by Robin Richmond on January 13, 2017 at 3:44am
As The Case of the Secret of Crater Lake begins, it is late summer and just a few weeks after The Case of the Gray Ghost’s Belt Buckle. In a few more weeks, Quinn Higgins will be entering the fifth grade at Churchland Elementary back home, but right now he is in Oregon.…Continue
Posted by Kevin R. Tipple on January 7, 2017 at 11:47am
I was hooked. Today, as part of Friday’s Forgotten Books hosted by Patti Abbott, I share my review from 2008 again.…Continue
Posted by Kevin R. Tipple on January 7, 2017 at 7:39am
Posted by R. Barri Flowers on January 3, 2017 at 6:42am