June Lorraine Roberts is a graduate of the London School of Journalism and a voracious reader.

It makes sense then that she would represent authors of True Crime and Crime Fiction.

Her recommended reading website: Murder in Common is #33 in the Feedspot Top 100 Crime Novel Blogs.

She writes crime flash fiction, and is a member of Sisters in Crime, and the Short Fiction Mystery Society. She has served as a Derringer Judge and Bouchercon panelist, and has read her Flash Fiction at Noir at the Bar.

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Currently Representing Ruth Markel

“Over the past decade, June Lorraine Roberts has established deep roots in the mystery community, building bridges between authors and readers and applying her expertise from the University of Toronto and the London School of Journalism to level up her creation, Murder in Common, to one of the top crime sites in the world.

I find June intelligent, perceptive, and kind. Instead of a scattered, shotgun approach based on shifting algorithms, I trust June to offer a silver bullet specific to the crime community that is based on her years of experience and friendship with readers and writers alike.”

~ Melissa Yi – an emergency physician with an active practice and is also the award-winning author of the Hope Sze Medical Thriller Series.

“I was reading June Lorraine’s blog, Murder In Common, long before I pitched her a review of my novels. It was evident from reading her articles and interviews that she has a passion, curiosity, and enthusiasm for crime fiction. Her reviews are creative, informative, and inspiring and do something that’s difficult to do; she straddles the fine line of sharing enough to hook you but still leaves you wanting more.”

~ Trace Conger – award-winning author in the crime, thriller, and suspense genres: The Connor Harding (Thriller) series and the Mr. Finn (PI) series.

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