Sunday Salon has become a way of life for me,an opportunity to summarise my week.
But I'm not really sure that many of my fellow Sunday Saloners actually visit. Certainly, from what I can see from my RSS feeds coming in, few of them are actually crime fiction readers.
So if you are a fellow Sunday Saloner, do leave a comment and let me know where to find your post this week.
The best book I've read and reviewed this week was CROOKED LETTER, CROOKED LETTER by Tom Franklin.
- The book explores relationships in a small Mississippi town where segregation and accompanying class differences had once been entrenched. We glimpse too how life has changed over a period of about thirty years. That makes it a story of a nation too, and makes this novel much more than crime fiction. An excellent read. One of those books that will stay in your mind long after you've read it.
- now: A GRAVE IN THE COTSWOLDS, Rebecca Tope
- next: COLD JUSTICE, Katherine Howell
- now on Kindle: THE SERPENT AND THE SCORPION, Clare Langley-Hawthorne
- next on Kindle: THE JANUS STONE, Elly Griffiths
- next audio: THE DEVOTION OF SUSPECT X, Keigo Higashino
- current Agatha Christie - AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
- Pitfalls: Reconciling two TBRs
- Review: LATE, LATE IN THE EVENING, Gladys Mitchell...
- March edition of Agatha Christie Blog Carnival now.available
- Forgotten Books: MURDER IN PARADISE & SEA FEVER, Ann Cleeves
- Crime Fiction Alphabet: K is for Kindle
- Review: CROOKED LETTER, CROOKED LETTER, Tom Franklin
- Crime Fiction Alphabet 2011 - Letter K - week beginning 21 March
- review: The Troubled Man, By Henning Mankell (trans. Laurie Thompson)
- Women of Mystery
- Even fictional detectives have to say goodbye
- Craig Sisterson interviews Robert Crais
- Patricia Cornwell - crime fiction 'microcosms of society.'
- March Agatha Christie Blog Carnival
- 65th Book Review Blog Carnival
- Norse Morse - Shane Maloney reviews Wallander
- Up close to Henning Mankell
- April is Aussie Authors Month
- Tomorrow the Crime Fiction Alphabet moves onto the letter L.
It is never too late to join in this one so check it out.