Author: June Lorraine Roberts

June Lorraine Roberts is a graduate from the London School of Journalism who works as a corporate communications consultant. She began reading crime fiction at an early age by sneaking from the kids side of the library to where the real books were kept. She is a self-proclaimed writer & dilettante word crafter. Her hobbies include: staring at keyboards, looking out windows, gazing at empty pages, and crying over a well balanced, fruit forward, pinot noir. She was never a trophy wife but got to play the part for 3-years in Asia. When her story Picking Blueberries was picked up by The Flash Fiction Press she became an instant millionaire. No, she won’t buy you a new car. She also writes about crime fiction books and their authors on MurderinCommon.com and seeks out debut authors and those whose books deserve further recognition.

Bob Kroll: The Hell of it All + Q&A

   Halifax Noir   A body long buried and undiscovered. An ex-con with vengeance raging in his brain. A prostitute with personal history with Peterson, and a missing daughter. All underscored by pain, loss and regret. T.J. Peterson takes the hard way through everything, leaving those in his wake either gasping or puzzled. For him it’s not the hard way through it’s the only way through. Kroll goes unexpectedly deep…

Blog Tour – The Hell of it All

Tomorrow, March 6th, marks the beginning of ‘The Hell of it All’ blog tour with a Q&A with Bob Kroll over at Criminally Good. The tour culminates on March 14th with a book giveaway at The Pulp & Mystery Shelf. In between, check out the other sites for additional Q&As, excerpts and reviews, including Murder in Common’s Q&A and recommended reading post.…

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  Victoria Weisfeld is a talented blogger who discusses books, movies, plays and topics of general interest on her website: VWeisfeld.com.  Her posts are always informative and well worth reading. She is also a talented book reviewer for the stellar UK website: CrimeFictionLover.com.       A few months ago she asked me the question: Where is the crime fiction genre…

Harry Hunsicker: The Devil’s Country

No ones hero Someone’s saviour   Once a Texas Ranger, now inveterate traveller, Arlo Baines moves from hill to hollow to forget. The void in his life is unfillable. Never long in one place, his stopover in the West Texas town of Piedra Springs changes that. In a parking lot he encounters a woman and her children. They are desperate for help to escape armed men. The next day…

David Swinson: The Second Girl

  Crime & fault Function & abuse   A functional cocaine addict, Frank Marr was once a Washington, DC narcotics detective able to keep his secret for years. Finally caught-out, the brass decided forced retirement was the solution. The truth would bring too many problems.   Working as a Private Investigator Marr supplements his habit and income, by robbing drug dealers. His cocaine use…

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