Taking Marica at her word. Here’s this week’s post at misterio press, which you all might find interesting.
12 Crime Lab Tidbits
by Vinnie Hansen
In March, I visited the Santa Clara Crime Lab because hey, that’s the kind of thing crime writers do on a lovely spring day.
My husband, Danny, went along. He enjoys police info, too. I guess you better if you’re married to a mystery author.
We were disappointed to learn that we would not be able to traipse about the lab. Even though the event was advertised as a “virtual” tour, when Danny and I visited the FBI Crime Lab in San Francisco, our guide led us right up to the line of weapons waiting for rifling tests.
Hope you feel better soon, Marcia!!!
I’m the curator of the blog for my indie press and we periodically do a book review post. This time I got a plug in for Marcia’s delightful Wake Robin-Ridge series.
What We’ve Been Reading Lately
by Kassandra Lamb (on behalf of the whole misterio gang)
Time for another round of book reviews from some of our misterio press authors. Most writers don’t get to read nearly as much as they’d like to, because so much time is taken up with their writing. So when we discover a really good book, it’s an extra special treat!
Kirsten Weiss ~ The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith (aka JK Rowling)
Supermodel Lulu Landry takes a swan dive off her balcony. Is it suicide or murder? Down-on-his-luck PI Cormoran Strike has been hired to find out.
The Cuckoo’s Calling, this first-in-the-series mystery novel by Robert Galbraith, aka JK Rowlings, is one of the best mysteries I’ve read in a long while.
Read more… (including my review of Marcia’s books)
The Black Dog
I was invited to do a guest post at Misterio Press today, talking a bit about legends of the Appalachian Mountains, one of my favorite topics. It was a lot of fun to share with the good folks there, and I hope you’ll check it out, and share with your friends, as well.
Misterio Press Guest Post
If your day could use a big laugh, head on over to Misterio Press and check out Barb Taub’s Post. Run, don’t walk! You’ll be glad you did. (I’m still laughing!)
8 Tongue-in-Cheek Tips for Scoring Good Reviews ~ Guest Post by Barb Taub