Sunday, July 18, 2010

Crime Fiction on the 'Net: Weekly Round-up

There's been some more great crime fiction stories on the Web this past week - from newspapers, magazines, and fellow bloggers. Hopefully you will all like finding an interesting article or two linked here, that you enjoy reading.

Crime Watch Weekly Round-Up: In the News and on the 'Net

What do you think of the round-up? Which articles do you find interesting? Is this a time of "more great crime writing in America than ever before"? What types of stories, articles, and reviews would you like me to focus on in future round-ups? Thoughts and comments welcome.


  1. Craig - Thanks, as always, for this round-up. You've got a good mix here of different kinds of articles and stories, and what I like about this feature is that it lets me catch up on things I've missed : ).

  2. I did like Nolan's term 'bucolic noir', and frankly I think James Lee Burke and subtlety have always been strangers (though the man writes beautifully).

    I have my own google alerts for this sort of stuff but most days I hit the dreaded mark all as read button because I just don't have time to read them all - you tend to pick out an interesting mix of news and I can feel caught up without having spent 45 minutes with google reader. I tend to read the non-review articles with more interest than the review ones (I have enough places to get reviews)