Crime fiction blogs worth investigating (part 3)
If you had already read our previous posts, I should know we have started an archive to get you notice crime fiction blogs we enjoy reading and you may as well. Check out these new four ones.
A charming blog by Danish crimewriter Dorte Hummelshoj Jakobsen, whose Gershwin and Penrose series is set in Yorkshire. She describes herself as a ‘cranky, old mood reader’ who does not want obligation to review books she doesn’t fancy. That’s a recommendation in itself
It’s a crime! (Or a mystery…)
Blogger Rhian focuses largely on debut crime novels and thrillers, and was one of the CWA’s John Creasey New Blood Dagger Award judges. She says she’s allergic to hype. Like it.
The View from the Blue House
An entertaining blog from Irish author and university professor Rob Kitchin. When I last took a look, Rob was asking readers to suggest a title for his novel. That’s an opportunity you don’t get every day.
This is a great review site by a blogger who reads during a commute into London – great authors reviewed, so he or she is probably late for work most days! The helpful author list, the honest ratings system and the promise to try to avoid spoilers make this a must.
Still here? Go visit them.