Monday, July 14, 2008

Vive la France!

In honor of Bastille Day, In Reference to Murder posts a guide to French mysteries, complete with links to more sites.

In honor of my nephew Jack's birthday, happy birthday, Jack.

© Peter Rozovsky 2008

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Blogger Linkmeister said...

There's a link in that post to a really amusing site called Wheredunnit, which is a (necessarily incomplete) geographic itemization of crime and mystery story locales. Even better, it's shown in list and map format; click on a state and get a list!

July 15, 2008  
Blogger Peter Rozovsky said...

I spotlighted WhereDunnit in one of my earliest posts on this blog. I should probably check to see if the link needs updating because my computer seems to be taking an awfully long time to call the site up.

July 15, 2008  
Blogger Linkmeister said...

It would probably be a year-long project to really get a site like that completely accurate; I noticed that Tony Hillerman's not listed in Az., for example. Nonetheless, it's fun.

July 15, 2008  
Blogger Peter Rozovsky said...

I should check to see how often the site is updated. Matt Rees and his mysteries set in the Palestinian territories are one example I can think of that has come on the scene since I first noticed WhereDunnit.

July 15, 2008  
Blogger Peter Rozovsky said...

Also Leighton Gage and his first novel, set in northern Brazil.

July 15, 2008  

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