Category Archives: Bill Crider

BookNotes: The Wild Hog Murders by Bill Crider

In the 18th Sheriff Dan Rhodes mystery, our hero deals with Blacklin County literally gone hog wild. Wild hogs tear through farms and open forest country as the hogs breed wildly. Hunters who seek to drop the population become involved … Continue reading

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An Interview with Mystery Author Bill Crider on Twitter

There I was, wondering how interactive Twitter could really be, and I had the idea of doing an author interview on Twitter. I wrote to the ever humorous, ever low key, ever gracious Bill Crider via email and asked if … Continue reading

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D.O.A. Recommends All the Sad Words by Bill Crider

I’m always looking for a good new series, and I will sometimes read the latest one, then if I like the characters, I’ll go back and start the series with book one, methodically reading them in order. Reading book fifteen … Continue reading

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