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Winner of the Spinetingler Magazine Special Services To The Industry Award, CrimeSpace is a place for readers and writers of crime fiction to meet. Find new authors to delve into and discuss the latest in crime fiction. Share photos, videos and make some friends. Pull up a chair at the bar and share your poison.

JOINING CRIMESPACE

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.

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Diane Donovan posted a blog post

Review: The Laced Chameleon

The Laced Chameleon was a standout in several ways: it included more than a casual dose of New Orleans atmosphere, it packed in some history I didn't know about, and it presented a strong female protagonist: all elements that make this more than your usual genre read.The novel is set in 1862 New Orleans during the Civil War, when the Union Army occupied New Orleans, and delves into the social and racial structure of the city by presenting the life of a 'quadroon' (a person resulting from…See More
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William Wilde posted a blog post
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J.R. Lindermuth posted a status
"I'm guesting with Terry Odell. Comment welcome: http://terryodell.com/in-the-interview-room-j-r-lindermuth/#more-6590"
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Colman posted blog posts
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Diane Donovan posted a blog post

Review: Susan Fleet's Natalie's Art

I read so much in the area of mystery/detective/thriller novels, it's hard to pick a standout - but one of my more recent reads was Natalie's Art - and because it's a series title that truly stands alone, it's a fine recommendation.To call Natalie's Art a 'mystery' would do it a disservice, though mystery is one element of its story. To call it a 'thriller' would be too vague, though there are many plot twists and plenty of intrigue that would appeal to fans of this genre. 'Psychological…See More
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Randall White is now a member of CrimeSpace
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Colman posted a blog post

JONATHAN AMES - YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE

Synopsis/blurb…. A hero whose favourite weapon is a hammer clearly has issues. Lots of them. Novelist, essayist, and creator of the beloved HBO series "Bored to Death," Jonathan Ames is celebrated not only for his comic sensibilities and devotion to the absurd but for his lurid attraction to inner demons. In this shocking and…See More
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Please read the information on Promotion. Note that the forum is for discussion only, not for blatant self promotion (BSP). Appropriate announcements can be made in the Events forum or your member blog.

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Review: The Laced Chameleon

The Laced Chameleon was a standout in several ways: it included more than a casual dose of New Orleans atmosphere, it packed in some history I didn't know about, and it presented a strong female protagonist: all elements that make this more than your usual genre read.

The novel is set in 1862 New Orleans during the Civil War, when the Union Army occupied New Orleans, and delves into the social and racial structure of the city by presenting the life of a 'quadroon' (a person resulting…

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Posted by Diane Donovan on November 26, 2014 at 4:11am

MURDER BEACH MYSTERY REVIEWS - Review of Stephen King's REVIVAL.

 A tale of dark healing forces. http://billsmedia.blogspot.com

Posted by William Wilde on November 26, 2014 at 2:51am

PHIL HOGAN - A PLEASURE AND A CALLING

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Praise 
A wonderfully creepy novel, macabre and blackly comic with a deeply unsettling and original hero." Rosamund Lupton
 
"Very clever. A creepily alluring voice" Julia Crouch, author of Cuckoo…
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Posted by Colman on November 25, 2014 at 3:34pm

Review: Susan Fleet's Natalie's Art

I read so much in the area of mystery/detective/thriller novels, it's hard to pick a standout - but one of my more recent reads was Natalie's Art - and because it's a series title that truly stands alone, it's a fine recommendation.

To call Natalie's Art a 'mystery' would do it a disservice, though mystery is one element of its story. To call it a 'thriller' would be too vague, though there are many plot twists and plenty of intrigue that would appeal to fans of this…

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Posted by Diane Donovan on November 25, 2014 at 3:56am

MARK KOTTING - TEACH HER

Synopsis/blurb….
Teach Her is a fast moving, darkly humorous novel. A who did what to who and why.
A teacher is in for the chop. An ex pupil with psychotic tendencies wants answers. A one legged soldier home from war has revenge in his…
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Posted by Colman on November 24, 2014 at 9:09pm

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