It is the first Monday of the month - time for another highly anticipated Blog Carnival.
Please help the newsletter for the blog carnival to get more subscribers. If a blog reviews mystery/suspense/thrillers occasionally then I would like to feature them. I send the newsletter out once a month announcing the deadline for submitting to this blog carnival. Multiple entries from a blog are welcome.
Now on to this month's blog carnival, we have an abundance of thriller reviews this time around. Click on the title or author's name to go to that link.
Mysteries and My Musings reviewed As the Crow Flies by Craig Johnson
Booking Mama reviewed Criminal by Karin Slaughter
How Mysterious! reviewed The Sholes Key by Clarissa Draper
Crime Fiction Collective reviewed Broken Harbor by Tana French
Mysteries and My Musings reviewed Mr. Churchill's Secretary by Susan Elia MacNeal, and shares it is more historical intrigue.
Amateur Sleuth / Cozy book Review
Mysteries and My Musings reviewed The Scarlet Pepper by Dorothy St. James
Booking Mama reviewed Size 12 Is Not Fat by Meg Cabbot
Mysteries and My Musings reviewed A Sinister Sense by Allison Kingsley
Joanne Guidoccio reviewed Kaleidoscope by Gail Bowen, and shares it is the thirteenth of Gail Bowen’s books, and one of the best in the series.
A Date with a Book reviewed In Deep Voodoo by Stephanie Bond
Thriller/Suspense Fiction Book Review
Booking Mama reviewed Gone Girl by Rillian Flynn
Colloquium reviewed The Sixes by Kate White
Joanne Guidoccio reviewed Learning to Swim by Sara J. Henry, who received the 2012 Agatha and Mary Higgins Clark awards for this - her debut novel.
Booking Mama reviewed Killer Move by Michael Marshall
How Mysterious! reviewed Some Kind of Peace by Bamilla Greabe and Asa Traff
Booking Mama reviewed Ransom River by Meg Garniner
Tea Time with Marce reviewed The Line Between Here and Gone by Andrea Kane
Colloquium reviewed Long Gone by Alafair Burke
Crime Fiction Collective reviewed A City of Broken Glass by Rebecca Cantrell
Booking Mama reviewed Strindberg's Star by Jan Wallentin
Joanne Guidoccio reviewed A Chilling Tale by Anita Rau Badami
Colloquium reviewed The Most Dangerous Thing by Laura Lippman
Joanne Guidoccio gives us "How Much Dialogue is Too Much?"
Let's make next month's Carnival even better. For more information on the specifics of the Carnival and how to submit your posts go here.