Carnival of the Criminal Minds, No. 12


There’s something very heartwarming about our dozenth carnival. This one celebrates the victim – what would we do without him? It’s the Dead Guy Carnival. To be specific, it’s partying in the blogspace of the Hey, There’s a Dead Guy in the Living Room, an ensemble effort that covers books from writing to publishing to promoting to reviewing. Which is sort of where the Dead Guy comes in, because it is reviewer Sharon Wheeler (aka Shaz) who is our mid-March host. As a professional critic, she is a self-proclaimed “fussy blogger.” Her creme-de-la-carnival picks are Eurocrime, Crime Always Pays, and AustCrimeFiction for their excellent international book coverage, Hedgehog and EvilE for chutzpah, and “must-read” Murderati. especially pointing out Thursdays when the dynamic duo, Ken Bruen and Louise Ure, post.

Next up: We’re taking our lucky thirteenth carnival to the Republic of Tejas, where Bill Crider publishes his Pop Culture Magazine. Check it out around April Fool’s Day – no pun intended.

photo of Dia de los Muertos sugar skulls courtesy of digiyesica.


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One Response to “Carnival of the Criminal Minds, No. 12”

  1. Peter Says:

    I have always enjoyed your illustrations, and this is the best of them so far.
    Detectives Beyond Borders
    “Because Murder Is More Fun Away From Home”

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