February 27th, 2020

We made it to another Thursday! It’s slowly getting warmer and the light is lasting longer here in the Northeast. If you consume a lot of mysteries and thrillers via audio the fact that you don’t have to turn on the lights to read doesn’t matter as much. Or maybe the increased light has you getting outside more and looking for lighter fare than dark winter reading. Feels like we are coming out the seasonal tunnel a bit.

Enough rambling, on to this week’s edition of 3-2-1 Thursday. As promised, let me try for the most crime fiction news per word on the web.


Here are 3 crime fiction links, 2 quotes, and 1 question for this week:





A couple of creepy murder ballad lyrics this week:

  • The flesh around your throat is pale//Indented by my fingernails
    Death is a friend to love and I//Now you’ll never say goodbye—Willie Nelson
  • I went up to Memphis//And I met Delia there
    Found her in her parlor//And I tied her to her chair—Johnny Cash



  •  I tend to enjoy David Baldacci on audio. I also tend to enjoy the suspense of psychological thrillers more on audio? Do you find some mystery or thrillers actually work better as audto books?


Until next Thursday, happy reading,


Author the Max Strong thriller series


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