Saturday, July 24, 2010

In the news and 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 TV crime becoming too violent? What do you think of Agatha Christie's status in the genre? Was the legend of Osiris and Isis really the first murder mystery? What types of stories, articles, and reviews would you like me to focus on in future round-ups? Thoughts and comments welcome.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for posting the link to the article on the new BBC production of Holmes. The article presented some interesting arguments in defense of updating the Holmes tales to the 21st century.

    Being a devoted Holmes fan (Jeremy Bret and Edward Hardwicke are my favorites), I would usually ignore such heretical versions, but they made some good points, so I will give it a try when it shows up on DVD.