THE POSTS THAT AREN’T BOOK REVIEWS

At the top of each page of the blog there is a tab labeled “INTERVIEWS-OPINION-RANDOM PIECES.  These are the posts that are about books, authors, books made into movies, the countries and cultures which comprise the settings and atmospheres of books.

The following is a list of those posts.  If a title is appealing, click on the tab at the top of the page that will lead to the title that is linked to the article.

I am grateful that my daughter, patiently, helped me understand the mechanics of links.

INTERVIEWS – OPINION – RANDOM PIECES

EPHRON ON LARSSON (from The New Yorker)

ELSEWHERE…. (South Africa and the World Cup)

MURDER IS EVERYWHERE (Blog Spotlight)

“How The World Became One Big Crime Scene” (From The Irish Times)

I Write Like Who?  (Web Application)

THE GIRL WHO PLAYED WITH FIRE (Film Review)

LIBBY FISCHER HELLMANN AND FRIENDS (from The New York Times)

Leighton Gage on Larry Klienfeld (from Sisters in Crime)

CARO RAMSAY from MURDER IS EVERYWHERE

ARTEMESIA GENTILESCHI

Why do I love this book? ( Let Me Try To Explain)

Kwei Quartey on Steig Larsson

Lenny Kleinfeld on SHOOTERS AND CHASERS

Cara Black on the raids on the Marais and the Vichy government

Henning Mankell and Kurt Wallender

Yrsa Sigurdadottir – Murder and Mayhem in Iceland

The “To Be Read” Pile

New York Times Best Crime Novels 2010

Tim Hallinan on Detecting Asia

Karin Slaughter – Fight For Libraries As You Do For Freedom

Yrsa Sigurdardottir –  Rushing Christmas: The Joys of Shopping

The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest and All The Rest

Who Was Lisbeth’s Publicist?

Mind the Gap – Dan Waddell from Murder Is Everywhere (11/27/2009)

Where Does Maigret Work? – Cara Black from Murder Is Everywhere

The Real City of Silver – Annamaria Alfieri (Patricia King) from Murder Is Everywhere

What Is Fact And What Is Fiction?  – Leighton Gage on Manaus and DYING GASP

Jinger Ben  –  Tim Hallinan from Murder Is Everywhere (12/06/2009)

Leighton Gage and the New York Times Book Review

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