Crime Fiction Reviews
Crime Scene Book Club Reviewers over on www.writing.ie
Who could possibly argue with Louise Phillips, author of Red Ribbons, when she compared us – Joe McCoubrey, Mick Halpin, Triona Walsh and little ‘auld me – as similar to the X Factor panel! Just as discerning – and possibly even more dangerous – all of this in our roles as part of the Crime Scene Book Reviewer Panel over at www.writing.ie . . .
As avid readers, I know this is a role we are all enjoying immensely.
You can find links to a number of my reviews below to whet your appetite:
The Doll’s House by Louise Phillips
Headstone by Ken Bruen
In The Darkness by Karin Fossum
The Chosen by Arlene Hunt
Bad Moon Rising by Frances de Plino
Crossbones Yard by Kate Rhodes
And don’t forget to check out what Joe, Mick and Triona are reading and reviewing.
Posted on August 16, 2013, in Book Reviews and tagged Arlene Hunt, bad moon rising, book club, crime, crime scene, crossbones yard, frances de plino, headstone, in the darkness, Joe McCoubrey, karin fossum, kate thodes, Ken Bruen, Louise Phillips, Mick Halpin, Red Ribbons, reviewers, Susan Condon, the chosen, The Dolls House, Triona Walsh, Writing, writing.ie. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.