Review Policy


Murder in Common was created because of my love of reading crime fiction and my enjoyment in discussing these books and the authors who created them. By doing so, I hope to encourage others to read the books I believe to be worthwhile.

 

What this means

My posts are about recommended reading. From time to time there are minor elements that I feel take away from the story, but overall the book has been an enjoyable, exciting read.

 

Digital Review Copies & Hardcopies

Books are sent by authors, publicists, and publishers. In addition, I request them from Netgalley and authors. I do not guarantee a review on my blog in exchange for books. A book is accepted with the understanding that I may review it for the blog. No other compensation is received.

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