Monday, April 12, 2010

Detectives Around the World - Monday

Today Detectives Around the World really takes off. We'll be traveling geographically and through time as we visit the participating blogs.

Swapna will be highlighting India at S. Krishna's Books. She'll be reviewing a Vish Puri mystery and later sharing an Indian recipe.

L.J. Sellers was the author reviewed yesterday but today she's taking a look at Robert Fate's Baby Shark on her own blog.

Hannah is up in Canada with a favorite series of mine. She'll be reviewing Louise Penny's STILL LIFE at Word Lily.

Les will not only be taking us to China but he'll be taking us back in time with a review of CELEBRATED CASES OF JUDGE DEE on the Classic Mysteries blog.

SuziQ is hosting England as she highlights Susan Hill's Simon Serrailler series at the Whimpulsive blog.

Jenn ventures to a darker side of the detective genre with Chelsea Cain. She'll be reviewing EVIL AT HEART and hosting a contest at Jenn's Book Shelves.

Naomi is kicking off her Detectives Around the World contest, which has a very hefty prize. You'll want to see what she's up to at The Drowning Machine.

Elizabeth, a.k.a., Raider Girl, is in Sicily with Inspector Salvo Montalbano. She'll be reviewing THE PAPER MOON at An Adventure in Reading.

Lesa is covering New Mexico and the work of Steven Havill at Lesa Book Critiques today.

And last but hopefully not least, I will be posting the voting ballot for the Championship Round of the "World's Favorite Detective" tournament and we'll have a guest post from Alafair Burke. She'll be talking about New York City as a setting for detective fiction.

As you visit the various blogs, I hope you'll take a minute to leave a comment. And if you have the time, I hope you'll stop back here and let me know what you've found today. Is there a new detective you're adding to your list? Did you learn something about a detective you didn't know before? I want to hear all about your fun exploits on your blog travels!

Happy Reading!


Anonymous April 12, 2010 at 1:37 PM  

and the GREAT mary russell/sherlock holmes series by laurie r. king?

Karen April 15, 2010 at 9:43 PM  

Great idea, Jen. I've been enjoying reading posts from a bunch of different blogs this week so I thank you for organizing it!

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