Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Carnival of the Criminal Minds, No. 11

The Carnival of the Criminal Minds is making its eleventh stop, hosted this time by Jungle Red Writers. That group comprises five women who practice a craft essential to crime fiction: They write it.

Drop in and check out their "search for motive in life, love, fiction and reality" as well as for interesting crime-fiction-related reading here in blogland.

© Peter Rozovsky 2008



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Peter,
This is not germane to your most recent posting, but I didn't know where else to put it, so I'm commenting here.
I've just discovered your blog, and
I think it's worth contributing this: Eliot Pattison, Matt Benyon Reed, Cara Black, all writers you have commented upon at one time or another, all have this in common: they're published by Soho. (So am I, by the way.) It's a small house, but oh-so-picky about what they choose to publish. And it's all international crime.
Mystery booksellers know this and often dedicate a special place in their shops for authors published by them. I recommend to your readers that they check out Soho's web site. They're gonna find a lot of good reading there.
Best Regards and keep up the good work.

March 04, 2008  
Blogger Peter Rozovsky said...

Benvindo em Detectives Beyond Borders, o senhor Gage, e obrigado do seu coment√°rio. Thanks, too, for the kind words.

I've also commented on Janwillem van de Wetering, Seicho Matsumoto, Akimitsu Takagi, Peter Lovesey, Garry Disher, Colin Cotterill and Adrian Hyland, among others. I'm a Soho Crime fan of long standing, in other words, and I have a volume called Blood of the Wicked near the top of my to-read list.

March 04, 2008  
Blogger Peter Rozovsky said...

And Qiu Xiaolong, of course.

March 04, 2008  

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