Saturday, April 17, 2010

Detectives Around the World - The Finale

Today brings us to the end of the our "Detectives Around the World" theme week. I've had such a fantastic time reading all the blog posts and learning about all the new detectives. I no longer have a TBR pile; I now have a TBR mountain! You still have today and tomorrow to leave me a comment here with at least one new detective you want to read based on a post from this week.

In a couple more hours, I'll post the form so you can submit your answers for the scavenger hunt. If you still need those questions, you can find them here.

Tomorrow I will have all the results from the "World's Favorite Detective" tournament: the winning detective and the winners from the bracket contest. So stay tuned for that.

Definitely don't miss out on these posts for today:

Charlotte is back at The Blood Red Pencil blog with a mystery fan interview.

Beth Fish is going to be flipping burgers with Cork O'Connor, well, o.k. maybe not WITH him, but she's got a burger recipe with all the fixin's.

Jenn is talking about Chelsea Cain's Portland at her Jenn's Book Shelves blog.

And Serena is reviewing James Patterson's ALEX CROSS'S TRIAL at Savvy Verse and Wit.

Thanks to all the readers who have spent the week with us, learning about new detectives, chatting about detectives they already know. It has been a sheer pleasure talking books with you all this week!

Happy Reading!

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Beth F April 17, 2010 at 8:41 AM  

This has been so much fun and I've discovered new series and new blogs. Thanks so much for hosting this.

Lesa April 17, 2010 at 8:46 AM  

It has been fun, Jen. Thanks for all of the work you put into it. I know it took a ton of time, and organization.

bermudaonion April 17, 2010 at 10:16 AM  

Thanks for all your hard work coordinating this.

Stan Trollip (of Michael Stanley) April 17, 2010 at 10:23 AM  

Hi Jen: I'd like to invite your readers to take a look at our Murder is Everywhere blog. There is a new posting every day from six authors who set their mysteries in different parts of the world. The authors are Cara Black (Paris), Leighton Gage (Brazil), Timothy Hallinan (Bangkok), Dan Waddell (England), Yrsa Sigurðardóttir (Iceland), and Michael Stanley (Botswana). Visit

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