Sunday, April 04, 2010

Website updates - April

Doesn't time fly? It's hard to believe the last time I did a major update of the website was December.

As before, I've refreshed a good portion of the Euro Crime website:
  • The Author Websites page now lists 822 sites.

  • The New & Upcoming Releases pages have been updated.

  • In Bibliographies there are now bibliographies for 1539 authors (7935 titles with links to 1791 reviews):

  • I've added new bibliographies for: Jussi Adler-Olsen, Fabrice Bourland, Suzanne Bugler, Joyce Cato, Charlie Charters, Roy Chester, Ron Clooney, Donna Fletcher Crow, Matt Dickinson, J A P Duval, Jason Elliot, Joy Ellis, Robert Fannin, Eliza Graham, Lucretia Grindle, Penny Grub, David Hodges, Maxim Jakubowski*, Graham Johnson, John Kilgallon, Charles Lambert, Matthew Loukes, G M Malliet, Howard Marks, Eduardo Mendoza, James Miller, Chris Nickson, Maureen Reynolds, A K Shevchenko, Dan Smith, Peter Taylor, Loren Teague, James Thompson, Jenny White and Edward Wilson.

    I've updated the bibliographies (ie added new titles) for: Jane Adams, Ray Alan, Alex Barclay, Robert Barnard, Emily Barr, James Barrington, James Becker, Simon Beckett, Michael Bond, Alison Bruce, Ken Bruen, Colin Campbell, Maureen Carter, CJ Carver, Tania Carver, Mary Andrea Clarke, Rory Clements, Nicholas J Clough, Simon Conway, Lesley Cookman, Judith Cutler, Elizabeth Darrell, Louise Doughty, David Downing, Angela Dracup, Margaret Duffy, Christopher Fowler, Dick Francis, Guy Fraser, Tana French, Gillian Galbraith, Brent Ghelfi, Michele Giuttari, J G Goodhind, Dolores Gordon-Smith, Andrew Grant, Michael Gregorio, Tarquin Hall, Joanne Harris, Veronica Heley, Reginald Hill, Susan Hill, Arnaldur Indridason, Michael Jecks, Paul Johnston, Jessica Keane, Christobel Kent, Bill Kitson, Marek Krajewski, Lynda La Plante, Deryn Lake, Stephen Leather, Frances Lloyd, Claire Lorrimer, Dacia Maraini, Liza Marklund, Edward Marston, Faith Martin, K T McCaffrey, Ava McCarthy, Keith McCarthy, Ken McClure, James McCreet, James McGee, Andy McNab, The Medieval Murderers, Denise Mina, Jo Nesbo, Hakan Nesser, Ruth Newman, Malcolm Noble, Hilary Norman, J A O'Brien, Pamela Oldfield, Stuart Pawson, Mark Pearson, Anne Perry, John Pilkington, Ann Purser, Caro Ramsay, Ruth Rendell, Imogen Robertson, Peter Robinson, Roslund-Hellstrom, Jack Ross, Jean Rowden, Alan Rustage, Robert Ryan, Fay Sampson, C J Sansom, Ian Sansom, Andrea Maria Schenkel, Bernhard Schlink, Claire Seeber, Roger Silverwood, Chris Simms, Alexander McCall Smith, Frank Smith, Roz Southey, Sally Spencer, Mark Timlin, Marilyn Todd, Simon Tolkien, Kerry Tombs, Rebecca Tope, Peter Tremayne, Nicola Upson, Pip Vaughan-Hughes, Lee Weeks, Louise Welsh, Neil White, Stella Whitelaw, Jacqueline Winspear and Carlos Ruiz Zafon
    *Maxim, do let me know if I haven't got yours right. I got a bit confused.


    Palle said...

    Thank you for this update, Karen. I haven't seen this before on your blog. A great help for crime fans.
    Happy Easter

    maxim said...


    Thanks for listing me. What with my avalanche of books, not an easy one to establish.
    Congratulations for separating the crime and mystery ones from three times the amount of non-crime ones!

    Missing in crime are the following anthologies:
    Constable New Crimes, 1992
    Constable New Crimes 2, 1993
    Mammoth Book of Pulp Fiction, 1996
    Mammoth Book of Pulp Action, 2001

    also, Chiara Stangalino was my co-editor on ROME NOIR

    missing is a non-fiction collection:
    100 GREAT DETECTIVES, 1991, which won the Anthony Award (and the Jack the Ripper book is also non fiction...)

    Would also point out (your call...) that some other books, although principally erotic DO have some crime and mystery elements. They include:

    LIFE IN THE WORLD OF WOMEN (collection), 1996
    KISS ME SADLY, 2002
    FOOLS FOR LUST, (collection) 2006


    Maxine said...

    Thanks for this great service, Karen!

    Karen (Euro Crime) said...

    Thanks Palle and Maxine! I should do this more regularly then it wouldn't take so long :).

    Maxim - I've added all but the last ones, the erotic/crime titles. Thanks for the updates, very helpful.

    kathy d. said...

    Thanks, Karen, so much for the updates and additions.

    I do write down suggested titles from the reviews and blogger comments and find grand, new authors all of the time.

    Wish that my public library across the sea, would carry them all and quickly!

    Do you have Juli Zeh's new book, translated from German, reviewed?

    And, also, the covers are great on the website home page. I'm always looking at them with a critical eye now.

    Karen (Euro Crime) said...

    Hi Kathy, thanks for the kind words. Yes we'll be reviewing the new Zeh shortly.