Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Moonlighting For Murder - Tuesday Events

I hope you enjoyed Day 1 of the Moonlighting for Murder festivities. What a great array of posts and sleuths and bloggers! Today we have another great assortment of posts for you to take advantage of.

Here at Jen's Book Thoughts, I'll have a review of SLUGFEST, the upcoming release from Rosemary Harris in her Dirty Business Mystery series. Paula Holliday is one of my favorite amateur sleuths and I was so excited to dive into another caper with her. Then we'll hear from Rosemary Harris on writing about a gardening sleuth.

Beth Fish Reads also has a guest post today. She's hosting Carolyn Hart.

Hannah at Word Lily will be reviewing another book in Julie Kramer's series, MISSING MARK.

Erin has put together a collection of reviews for Brad Parks' newest Carter Ross novel, EYES OF THE INNOCENT, at her blog In Real Life. Not long ago, Erin also reviewed this novel herself.  

The Classics Mysteries blog will feature a post from Les called "Assessing the Gamadge" as a follow-up to his review yesterday. Those of you who are supporting Jane Marple in the tournament will definitely want to check out Les' post.

Karen is reviewing M.C. Beaton's Agatha Raisin today at How Mysterious!

Naomi introduces readers to Alafair Tucker and adds another question to her Warwick's gift card contest at The Drowning Machine.

And from the China Bayles series that she introduced yesterday SuziQOregon has a review of MISTLETOE MAN today at Whimpulsive.

Remember, for each comment you leave at any of the participating blog posts this week, you're entered for the book prize pack at the end of the week.

Also, don't forget to cast your vote for either Carter Ross or Jane Marple in the World's Favorite Amateur Sleuth tourney. And finally, be tracking down the answers to the "Positions Wanted" contest. There is a lot to see and do; I hope you'll take advantage of the wonderful posts these bloggers have put together this week.

Happy Reading!


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