The Pulp and Mystery Shelf with Shannon Muir

Featuring mysteries and genres born out of the classic pulp era – interviews and more on mystery/suspense/crime on Mon-Thurs and SF & Fantasy Fridays with site administrator and Sisters in Crime member Shannon Muir.

Month: April 2017 (Page 2 of 2)

BLOG TOUR – Cat Got Your Cash

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BLOG TOUR – The Fixer: The Killing Kind

 

The Fixer: The Killing Kind by Jill Amy Rosenblatt on Tour April 1-18, 2017

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BLOG TOUR – Dying on the Vine

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FRIDAY SF & FANTASY – The White Raven



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BLOG TOUR – Alan 2

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BLOG TOUR – The Echo Man

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BLOG TOUR – A Question of Devotion

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