It's a crime! (Or a mystery…)

Book Review Guidelines

The main type of book that features on this blog is crime fiction, though we are not averse to a break now and again.

Self-published books are highly unlikely to be considered, but are not completely ruled out.  We can only accept hard copy editions at the present time.

Contact details for queries: crimeficreader at gmail dot com.

3 comments on “Book Review Guidelines

  1. denise meredith
    September 1, 2011

    Hi Rhian

    “Think Victorian CSI….”

    We have already talked on twitter. My second book comes out on Oct 25th – THE DEVIL’S RIBBON. I have a US deal with St Martin’s and Goldmann’s in Germany but no UK publisher so I am HYPE FREE! Both my books are available over here on Amazon, and those books stores I’ve been able to nobble. Heffers being a big supporter.

    My new book is 2nd in the series, the star of the show being the dogged pathologist – & London’s first forensic scientist – Professor Adolphus Hatton who works with his morgue assistant, Albert Roumande who one reader has called “far more than a Watson.” They solve crimes against interesting political backdrops – darwinism in “DEVOURED”; fenianism in THE DEVIL’S RIBBON.

    I can send you more detail, a paperback galley now or if you prefer later in October, a signed first edition. Is this something you would consider reviewing? I can send you more info on the series and THE DEVIL’S RIBBON by email – like the arc.

    Best wishes


    ps – new website going up very soon. current one bit of a mess! will tweet when ready in 2 wks time.

    • crimeficreader
      September 1, 2011

      Hi Denise, yes we have spoken on twitter. Thanks for leaving the comment. I’ll reply to you by email on the weekend. Hope that’s ok. I am in the middle of a couple of busy days here! Best, CFR.


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