BEST OF 3: Angela Wooldridge, author

1) A Free Man Of Colour by Barbara Hambly This is my ‘go to’ book that I’ll recommend to anyone, regardless of their preferred genre. It is 1833 and Benjamin January has returned to his hometown of New Orleans following the death of his beloved wife in Paris. Ben is a surgeon and a musician, but…

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BEST OF 3: Stacey Marone, Freelance Writer

One of the very first non-fairytale book I read when I was in elementary was The Ringmaster’s Secret of the Nancy Drew Mystery Stories series. From then on, stories involving suspense, mystery, crime, and thriller have fascinated me. Fiction of these kinds tickle my imagination more than other genres because it can keep me speculating…

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BEST OF 3: Lynne LeGrow, Book Blogger

Many thanks to book blogger Lynne LeGrow, aka @fictionophile! I love at least two of Lynne’s choices here, so check out my reviews at the bottom of this post and be sure to check out Lynne’s blog, too.   1) I Let You Go by Clare Mackintosh WHY I LIKE IT: With a gob-smacking plot…

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Susan Pola, Avid Reader

Many thanks to avid reader Susan Pola for her ‘Best of 3’ today … Remember, if you want to submit your Best of 3, check out the details HERE and/or friend me on Goodreads. Don’t forget the new Crime Fiction Addict Facebook Group, too! Click on the link to join or on the pic below.  …

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CRIMINALLY GOOD: Interview with author J.M Hewitt

1) So, who are you & what have you written? I’m JM Hewitt and Exclusion Zone is my third published novel but my debut crime fiction. I’m on twitter as @jmhewitt and my website is jmhewitt.co. Exclusion Zone can be found on Amazon, HERE. 2) Why do you write crime fiction? I adore crime fiction as…

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CRIMINALLY GOOD: Interview with author Peter James

So, who are you & what have you written? I’m Peter James and I’ve written 28 books, including twelve in my Brighton-based Detective Superintendent Roy Grace series. I was a film producer for many years but I realized in 2005, shortly after making the film I’m most proud of, Merchant Of Venice with Al Pacino…

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BEST OF 3: Lucy V Hay, author

  I LET YOU GO by Clare Mackintosh. It takes a LOT to catch me out when it comes to twists – as a script editor, I’m primed for them as I’m constantly helping writers structure and plot. So imagine my surprise when this story not only got me on the backfoot, it got me TWICE….

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