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Apologies, it’s been quiet in terms of reviews and features for the last couple of days. More are in progress, we promise. And, plenty has been going on behind the scenes too. We want more people to be able to find our book reviews, interviews and articles from the world of crime fiction so we’ve taken a couple of new measures.

Firstly, you can now find Crime Fiction Lover on the social networking site for people who read, Secondly, we’ve set things up so that anyone with a GooglePlus account can share stories from our site via their GooglePlus page. This adds to our Facebook page which we invite anyone who loves crime fiction and uses Facebook to join, and of course our Twitter account which now has over 2000 crime fiction lovers following it. (Thanks to all our twitter-ati friends!)

If you use StumbleUpon, Digg or any other of the online social networks we have buttons for under each story, please do share any articles you like with your friends via those sites.

We always want to make Crime Fiction Lover better and have also added a new Audiobook category to the site. Spriteby’s article on Five free classic crime audiobooks which we ran the other day convinced us that now’s the time to start reviewing crime fiction in that format too.

If you have any feedback or suggestions for us (other than that we need muscle growth supplements, which the spambots are telling us a lot these days) please post your comment below. We’d love to hear from you.

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