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.
Hi all!I'm so excited to have found the link to Crimespace this week. I joined this group several years ago, but seven years ago, due to several critical situations that were beyond my control, I stepped away from writing and all social media. I'm…Continue
Started by Marta Stephens in The Main Bar Oct 12.
Hoping I can get some help with San Francisco police ranks.The main character is a male 20 year veteran now in Robbery Homicide. I have been using the title of Detective throughout. For him, I was unsure of different levels of detective. I found…Continue
Started by Denis OLeary in Writer's Den Sep 27.
SILVER MANTICORE: STILL AT LARGEDATELINE: New York City 1967. Headlines scream the Silver Manticore, criminal mastermind, is dead. If he’s dead, who broke out of his City Morgue drawer? Find out in P.J. Lozito’s third installment in this popular New…Continue
Started by PJ LOZITO in Writer's Den Aug 11.
When I went into the University I read tons of hardboiled and noir books and fell in love with the genre but after I left I had no time to read and I miss reading. I decided to come back after picking up several of Mario Puzo's books and I found my…Continue
Started by Nikki Xaysanasy in The Main Bar Jul 11.
I recently created a list of the top 10 thriller books of 2017. Part of the allure of thrillers comes from not only what their stories are about, but also how they are told. If you are looking for the next fast paced and adrenalin pumping book to…Continue
We have this great weekend which must bring to your attention.The authors speaking are Mari Hannah and Mike Craven who write police procedural, Matt Hilton who writes Thrillers, Peter Bartram who writes the Crompton Chronicles and new local author…Continue
Started by Robin Richmond in The Main Bar Jun 13.
Hi,I'm new to the forum, so hope this is the right place to post. I write crime fiction and currently have a couple of books available as both kindle and paperback versions, under the name Clayson. Looking forward to getting involved in discussions…Continue
Started by Klein Reynolds in Writer's Den Apr 15.
My second book is titled "Crow Lake"; a fairly short book of 112 pages that you may find is a fun read. CROW LAKE by Conrad LuznarTrouble at the lake.A young park ranger falls for a young lady at Crow Lake; but their romance is interrupted when…Continue
Started by Conrad Luznar in The Main Bar Feb 26.
After reviewing NEVER PLAY ANOTHER MAN'S GAME by Mike Knowles last Monday, Aubrey Hamilton is back on the blog with another review. This week she is reviewing A DEADLY THAW by Sarah Ward. This is the second book of the series.…Continue
Posted by Kevin R. Tipple on November 14, 2017 at 10:17am
Been awhile since I put together anything for Friday's Forgotten Books (hosted by Patti Abbott), but I have something for you. Come on by and take a look at my review of THE KILLER WORE CRANBERRY: A SECOND HELPING. …
Posted by Kevin R. Tipple on November 14, 2017 at 9:58am
The most recent post from Jeanne of the Bookblog of the Bristol Library was on was on the Cat About Town (A Cat Café Mystery) by Cate Conte. …
Posted by Kevin R. Tipple on November 14, 2017 at 9:55am
It is mid-February 2014 as The Woman in Blue: A Ruth Galloway Mystery begins. Cathbad is again house/pet sitting and again things are not going well. The pet in question this time is a black cat by the name of Chesterton. The owner, Justin, made it abundantly clear Chesterton…Continue
Posted by Kevin R. Tipple on November 14, 2017 at 9:32am