Saturday, November 13, 2010

Crime Fiction on the 'Net: Weekly Round-up

There have been some more great crime fiction stories on the Web this past week - from newspapers, magazines, and fellow bloggers. Hopefully you will all find an interesting article or two linked here, that you enjoy reading.
Just a quick reminder that those in and around the Canterbury region in New Zealand's South Island should strongly consider heading along to the "Whodunnit and Whowunnit" event in a couple of weeks time (Tuesday 30 November). I will be MC-ing a crime fiction panel discussion with finalists Neil Cross and Vanda Symon, and Christchurch-based international bestseller Paul Cleave, followed by the presentation of the first-ever Ngaio Marsh Award for Best Crime Novel. It should be a great night. You can read more about the evening here. Contact Ruth Todd on 03 384 4721 or for tickets ($10, includes a glass of wine and nibbles).
Onto the round-up.
Crime Watch Weekly Round-Up: In the News and on the 'Net
Have you read Elmore Leonard? Is he the coolest guy in America? Do Canadian writers need to consider US settings to get more attention? What are your thoughts on pseudonyms? Have you read Stuart Neville? Do you enjoy historical mysteries? Thoughts and comments welcome.

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