As always, the blog reflects a lot of reading/reviewing and not always mystery books. Along with market news, links to interesting pieces elsewhere, conferences, etc. these are the books that were read and reviewed for July 2012.
“No Remorse” by Ian Walkley
“The Poacher’s Son” by Paul Doiron (FFB Review by Kevin)
“Pigtastic!” by Scott Gordon
“Alphabet All-Stars” by Scott Gordon
“Save Me the Aisle Seat: The Good, the Bad and the Really Bad Movies: Selected Reviews by an Online Film Reviewer” by Alex Diaz-Granados
“Baby Shark’s Showdown at Chigger Flats” by Robert Fate
“The Marble Orchard” by William F. Nolan (FFB Review by Barry)
“Murder of a Beauty Shop Queen: A Dan Rhodes Mystery” by Bill Crider
“Available Grace: True Short Stories of the Rewards of Intentional Living” by
“Gone Missing” by Linda Castillo
“Sara's Search” by Jan Christensen
“Artie And The Green Eyed Woman: The Artie Crimes” by Jan Christensen (Short Story Review)
“Murder On The Side” by Day Keene (FFB Review by Barry)
“Damage Control: A Jonathan Grave Thriller” by John Gilstrap
While the reviews are always popular and the sample from the anthology I am in was as well, by far and away the most popular piece for the month was Dave Zeltsterman’s follow up piece to his original post “E-books and The Future” that first appeared on September 1, 2010. When his sequel piece appeared on July 12 of this year the site visits exploded. Both pieces are well worth your time and attention.