19 July 2011

Crime Fiction Alphabet: the summary H-M

This year's edition of the Crime Fiction Alphabet is now completed and this week I'll publish four summary posts .

By Friday of each week participants had to write a blog post about crime fiction related to the letter of the week which was displayed each Monday.
[Those who intended to participate regularly signed up here.]

Their post had to be related to either the first letter of a book's title, the first letter of an author's first name, or the first letter of the author's surname. There was lots of choice: a review, or a bio of an author, so long as it fitted the rules  somehow. Sometimes participants interpreted the rules very laterally, particularly with "difficult" letters.

We used Mr Linky to display participants' posts, and in most weeks there were 12 to 16 participants.

Below are the Mr Linky links for H-M. The summary list for the 26 weeks: Crime Fiction Alphabet
Yesterday I published the A-G lists.

Letter H

1. FleurFisher (H is for Holding)
2. Confessions of a Mystery Novelist - Huge by James W. Fuerst
3. raidergirl3(Tarquin Hall)
4. Bev@My Reader's Block (Helen Reilly)
5. The Game's Afoot - H is for Hyland, Adrian
6. Tipping My fedora - H is for Hazell Plays Solomon by PB Yuill
7. Sherrie(The Hound of the Baskervilles)
8. MiP-H is for Harry Hole
9. Margaret @ BooksPlease - Reginald Hill & Exit Lines
10. Dorte: H is for Horror
11. Mysteries and More (The Joining of Dingo Radish by Rob Harasymchuk)
12. ISOT Classic Mystery Novel - Rim Of The Pit by Hake Talbot
13. Yvette ( H is for Holmes )
14. H is for HUNTING BLIND - Craig (Crime Watch)

Letter I

1. Margot Kinberg - The Involvement of Arnold Wechsle by John A Graham
2. gautami tripathy--Inside Out by Barry Eisler
3. Margaret@BooksPlease - Rebus's Scotland by Ian Rankin
4. The Game's Afoot - I is for Indridason, Arnaldur
5. Dorte: I is for Investigation
6. cavershamragu @ Tipping My Fedora: I is for Innocent by Scott Turow
7. MiP- I is for Icelandic crime fiction
8. Bev@My Reader's Block (The Innocent Bottle)
9. Mysteries and More (Inspector Imanishi Investigates)
10. ISOT Classic Mystery Novel - Mortal Causes by Ian Rankin
11. Yvette: I is for Iain Pears' Art Mysteries
12. FleurFisher (I is for Innes)
13. Reactions to Reading - I is for Ice
14. CrimeWatch: I is for INSIDE DOPE by Paul Thomas

Letter J

1. Confessions of a Mystery Novelist - Dorte Hummelshøj Jakobsen
2. MiP: J is for Peter James
3. ISOT Classic Mystery Novel - The Bride of Newgate by John Dickson Carr
4. The Game's Afoot - J is for James, P.D. James
5. Margaret@BooksPlease -Betrayed in Cornwall by Janie Bolitho
6. cavershamragu @ Tipping My Fedora: J is for The Judas Window by Carter Dickson
7. Dorte: J is for Jokes
8. Bev@My Readers Block (Jerusalem Inn)
9. FleurFisher (J is for Jane)
10. Mysteries and More (White Sky, Black Ice by Stan Jones)
11. Bernadette - J is for Justice
12. Mystery Bookshelf (JoAnna Carl)
13. Yvette - J is for Josephine Tey
14. J is for Jutson's THE DARKNESS LOOKING BACK (Crime Watch)

Letter K

1. FleurFisher (K is for Kelly)
2. Lynossa (K is for Koontz)
3. raidergirl3(Kerry Greenwood)
4. Margaret@BooksPlease - Karen Maitland
5. cavershamragu @ Tipping My Fedora: K is for Killer's Choice by Ed McBain
6. Confessions of a Mystery Novelist: The King is Dead
7. K is for THE KILLING HOUR (Crime Watch)
8. cavershamragy@Tipping My Fedora: Killer's Payoff by Ed McBain
9. MiP - K is for Kindle
10. The Game's Afoot - K is for Kinberg, Margot Kinberg
11. Dorte: K is for Killer
12. Mysteries and More (Kindness Goes Unpunished by Craig Johnson)
13. cavershamragu @ Tipping My Fedora: K is for KILLER'S WEDGE by Ed McBain
14. cavershamragu@Tipping My Fedora: K is for King's Ransom by Ed McBain
15. ISOT Classic Mystery - The Hundredth Man by Jack Kerley
16. Bev@My Readers Block (Laurie R King)

Letter L

1. Confessions of a Mystery Novelist - Loophole by Robert Pollock
2. Mysteries and More: The Lincoln Lawyer by Michael Connelly
3. Margaret@BooksPlease - Drawing Conclusions by Donna Leon
4. An Adventure in Reading - L is for Lindsay, Jeff Lindsay
5. Yvette @ in so many words / L is for Lee Child
6. FleurFisher - L is for Läckberg
7. MiP - L is for Langley-Hawthorne
8. cavershamragu: L is for The League of Frightened Men by Rex Stout
9. L is for LETHAL DELIVERIES (Crime Watch)
10. Bev@My Readers Block (Lockridge)
11. The Game's Afoot - L is for Lelic, Simon Lelic.
12. ISOT Classic Mystery Novel - Death In The Setting Sun by Deryn Lake
13. Bernadette - L is for Locked Room Mysteries
14. Mystery Bookshelf (Donna Leon)

Letter M

1. Confessions of a Mystery Novelist - Mrs. McGinty's Dead by Agatha Christie
2. Lynossa - M is for Marple
3. M is for MURDER AND CHIPS by Laurie Mantell (Crime Watch)
4. Mysteries and More (Silence Invites the Dead by Scott Gregory Miller)
5. Margaret@BooksPlease - The Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie
6. The Game's Afoot - M is for Mallo, Ernesto Mallo
7. Dorte: M is for Mortal
8. FleurFisher (M is for Mary Fitt)
9. cavershamragu@Tippi9ng My Fedora - Man Out of Nowhere by LP Davies
10. MiP - M books so far in 2011
11. Violette (Peter May)
12. Bev@My Reader's Block (Martin Davies)
13. Yvette@ in so many words...
14. ISOT Classic Mystery Novel - The Nine Giants by Edward Marston
15. Bernadette - M is for Movies

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