1 April 2015

Crime Fiction Pick of the Month March 2015

Crime Fiction Pick of the Month 2015
Many crime fiction bloggers write a summary post at the end of each month listing what they've read, and some, like me, even go as far as naming their pick of the month.

This meme is an attempt to aggregate those summary posts.
It is an invitation to you to write your own summary post for March 2015, identify your crime fiction best read of the month, and add your post's URL to the Mr Linky below.
If Mr Linky does not appear for you, leave the URL in a comment and I will add it myself.

You can list all the books you've read in the past month on your post, even if some of them are not crime fiction, but I'd like you to nominate your crime fiction pick of the month.

That will be what you will list in Mr Linky too -
ROSEANNA, Maj Sjowall & Per Wahloo - MiP (or Kerrie)

You are welcome to use the image on your post and it would be great if you could link your post back to this post on MYSTERIES in PARADISE.


Katy McCoy said...

My top pick of the month was Julia Spencer-Fleming's Through the Evil Days. 5/5 I really like the two main characters, especially Claire and I really look forward to spending time with her. This is in contrast to Elizabeth George's main actor, Barbara Havers, lastly in Just One Evil Act. 2/5 I am barely hanging on with this series and for the last three books, have been threatening myself that each one will be my last. I can see why the author is fascinated with her, since there is so much grist for the mill, but I'm really tired of her. This last one was over the top. I also read: Vicki Delaney's In the Shadow of the Glacier, Sara Blaedel's Call Me Princess, S. J. Boltan's Sacrifice, Nele Newhous' Snow White Must Die and M.J. McGrath's White Heat. I'm late to the party with Boltan but I really liked that one too. 4/5's for all these.

Marina Sofia said...

My crime fiction pick of the month is a tie between two very sombre books. The first - although it's really more of a psychological thriller than pure crime fiction - is Laura Kasischke's Mind of Winter. The second is Jean-Patrick Manchette's Fatale.


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