Tag: Crime Fiction

Crime Fiction #Exclusive #Interview with Mac Logan ~ @MacLogan_writes

Good day to you, and joining me for an exclusive interview is none other than Mac Logan.  So settle in and enjoy. Kelly xo Mac Logan ~ Crime Fiction ~ Interview  Which crime novel stayed with you long after you had finished? Voodoo River by Robert Crais. It has just about everything: humour, investigation, memorable

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Caroline Dunford ~ Exclusive #Interview #CrimeFiction @verdandiweaves @AccentPress

Happy Sunday everyone, today I have Caroline Dunford popping in with a wee interview. Don’t forget to check out Caroline’s latest book A Death Overseas: A Euphemia Martins Murder Mystery (Euphemia Martins Mysteries Book 10). Kelly  xoxo Caroline Dunford ~ Crime Fiction Exclusive Interview  Which crime novel stayed with you long after you had finished? The

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G.M Cameron ~ Divining The Lost Exclusive #Interview #CrimeFiction

Happy Saturday, today visiting the blog I have Gerry Cameron author of Divining Murder. Gerry is here with an exclusive interview.  Gerry has set the crime scene for us (contains some naughty sweary words) and it’s fabulous! Have a great day and thanks for stopping by. Kelly xoxo Crime Fiction Interview with G.M Cameron Which

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#CrimeFictionTakeover #QA #Author #Exclusive @Tazer129 @Bloodhoundbook

Every day we will have Authors from different genres answering my exclusive questionnaire. Today on the blog, is Ian Skewis ~ Author of ‘A Murder Of Crows’ Ian Skewis ~ Crime Fiction TakeOver Interview Which crime novel stayed with you long after you had finished? Probably Kate Atkinson’s Human Croquet, though not strictly speaking a […]

#CrimeFictionTakeover #QA #Author #Exclusive @IanSkewis @Unbound_Digital ‏

Every day we will have Authors from different genres answering my exclusive questionnaire. Today on the blog, is Ian Skewis ~ Author of ‘A Murder Of Crows’ Ian Skewis ~ Crime Fiction TakeOver Interview Which crime novel stayed with you long after you had finished? Probably Kate Atkinson’s Human Croquet, though not strictly speaking a

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Sewing The Shadows Together @Alisonbailliex @Bloodhoundbook

Review By J A WarnockSewing The Shadows Together By Alison Baillie ‘Sewing the Shadows Together’ by Alison Baillie is a masterclass in simplicity. The pace is exquisite. The story is entirely straight forward and elegantly told. Baillie seems perfectly comfortable in the role of storyteller and relies on the strength of her characters and plot

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#CrimeFictionTakeover #QA #Author #Exclusive @DouglasSkelton1

#CrimeFictionTakeover #QA #Author #Exclusive Every day we will have Authors from different genres answering my exclusive questionnaire. Today on the blog, is Douglas Skelton, author of Tag – You’re Dead ~ Crime Fiction TakeOver Interview Which crime novel stayed with you long after you had finished? A number of crime novels have affected me. I

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