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Easter Eggs....well, sort of.

About half-way through my ARC of SAFE AND SOUND, by J.D. Rhoades. Unless names are changed in the final version, you'll find some of the ch…

Started by Don Anderson

3 May 6, 2007
Reply by Fran Read

What Did you Read Last Month?

Mine wasn't a bad month at all - no absolute duds, couple of outstandings: The Caller, Alex Barclay The Savage Garden, Mark Mills Cross,…

Started by Karen from AustCrime

14 May 4, 2007
Reply by Laura Root

Single Fathers

I have custody of my daughter, yes daughter, and I've had custody of her since the day she was released from the hospital at birth. I'm see…

Started by James R. Shannon

0 Apr 29, 2007

Swedish mysteries.

That's been my big thing for the last month. I've been reading Håkan Nesser, Helene Tursten and Kjell Eriksson, I'll read Inger Frimansson…

Started by pr

11 Apr 29, 2007
Reply by pr

Pulp Fiction

Happily my copy of "Murder is Never Pretty ... Even When the Corpse is a Blonde" by "Joe Blake" arrived this morning - so that's it for any…

Started by Karen from AustCrime

5 Apr 28, 2007
Reply by Christa Faust

I really really really really really really need that book because....

Okay I really don't care why people can't get that a Mt TBR of less than 200 books is a cause for panic. What would happen if the roads wer…

Started by Karen from AustCrime

25 Apr 28, 2007
Reply by Damien Gay

Has anyone read Cormac McCarthy's "The Road"

I understand that Cormac McCarthy's earlier books are hard reading, but his Pulitzer Prize winning "The Road" is not only is easy reading,…

Started by JackBludis

13 Apr 25, 2007
Reply by Sarah Weinman

Why do you read crime fiction?

I've Got a Question for You— Today, several of my co-workers tried to engage me in a conversation about the sick screenplays of the VA Tec…

Started by Jordan Dane

46 Apr 24, 2007
Reply by Daniel Hatadi

Most Influential Crime/Mystery Novel This Decade?

We are almost 7.5 years into this decade (where does the time go?). So I am wondering, what is the sole, most influential crime/mystery nov…

Started by Gumshoe Carl

34 Apr 24, 2007
Reply by Daniel Hatadi

Historical Crime Fiction

One of my deficits as a reader of literary and crime fiction is that I am unable to read books set very far in the past. It seems too much…

Started by Patricia Abbott

28 Apr 23, 2007
Reply by Eliza Tucker

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