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Re: Introducing the Indie Crime Scene
« Reply #400 on: September 04, 2020, 09:35:25 pm »

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    Re: Introducing the Indie Crime Scene
    « Reply #401 on: September 11, 2020, 04:54:15 pm »

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    Re: Introducing the Indie Crime Scene
    « Reply #402 on: September 13, 2020, 05:01:06 pm »
    Today's featured new release at the Indie Crime Scene is Puff Love, a humorous mystery by John Sladek.

    Do you want your mystery, crime novel or thriller featured at the Indie Crime Scene or would you like to be interviewed or submit a guest post? We are looking forward to your submissions.
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    Re: Introducing the Indie Crime Scene
    « Reply #404 on: September 20, 2020, 04:02:01 pm »
    Today's featured new release at the Indie Crime Scene is Old Sins Never Die (EMMELINE KIRBY AND GREGORY LONGDOWN MYSTERIES, BOOK 6), a British Spy mystery by Daniella Bernett.

    Do you want your mystery, crime novel or thriller featured at the Indie Crime Scene or would you like to be interviewed or submit a guest post? We are looking forward to your submissions.

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    Re: Introducing the Indie Crime Scene
    « Reply #405 on: September 22, 2020, 05:12:12 pm »
    Today at the Indie Crime Scene, we have Cora Buhlerts Notes on the Virtual Bloody Scotland Festival and the Differences Between SFF and Crime Fiction Cons.

    Do you want your mystery, crime novel or thriller featured at the Indie Crime Scene or would you like to be interviewed or submit a guest post? We are looking forward to your submissions.

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    Re: Introducing the Indie Crime Scene
    « Reply #406 on: September 23, 2020, 04:39:45 pm »
    Today it gives the Indie Crime Scene great pleasure to interview Daniella Bernett, author of Old Sins Never Die (Emmeline Kirby and Gregory Longdown Mysteries, Book 6).

    Do you want your mystery, crime novel or thriller featured at the Indie Crime Scene or would you like to be interviewed or submit a guest post? We are looking forward to receiving your submissions.

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    Re: Introducing the Indie Crime Scene
    « Reply #408 on: September 29, 2020, 05:42:25 pm »
    It's the last day of September, and time for our monthly round-up of new mystery, thriller and crime fiction releases by indie and small press authors.

    Do you want your mystery, crime novel or thriller featured at the Indie Crime Scene or would you like to be interviewed or submit a guest post? We are looking forward to your submissions.

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    Re: Introducing the Indie Crime Scene
    « Reply #410 on: October 04, 2020, 06:58:44 pm »
    Today it gives the Indie Crime Scene great pleasure to interview Julia Rohatyn, author of Shades of Light and Darkness, an international thriller.

    Do you want your mystery, crime novel or thriller featured at the Indie Crime Scene or would you like to be interviewed or submit a guest post? We are looking forward to receiving your submissions.

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    Re: Introducing the Indie Crime Scene
    « Reply #411 on: October 05, 2020, 05:40:56 am »
    I saw this just a few weeks too late to submit my most recent historical mystery! I'll remember it for the next release. Thank you for such a wonderful service for indie authors!
    Louise Bates, author of the Pauline Gray mysteries
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    E.L. Bates, author of the Whitney & Davies fantasy-mystery series and the space opera From the Shadows

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    Re: Introducing the Indie Crime Scene
    « Reply #412 on: October 07, 2020, 09:38:41 am »
    Yesterday it gave the Indie Crime Scene great pleasure to interview E.A.Aymar, author of Theyre Gone, a Crime novel written under his pseudonym E.A. Barres.

    Do you want your mystery, crime novel or thriller featured at the Indie Crime Scene or would you like to be interviewed or submit a guest post? We are looking forward to receiving your submissions.

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    Re: Introducing the Indie Crime Scene
    « Reply #413 on: October 07, 2020, 09:43:12 am »
    Today's featured new release at the Indie Crime Scene is A Grave Case (Helen Shepherd Mysteries, Book 14), a British mystery/ Police Procedural by our own Cora Buhlert.

    Do you want your mystery, crime novel or thriller featured at the Indie Crime Scene or would you like to be interviewed or submit a guest post? We are looking forward to your submissions.

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