Monday, February 16, 2009

The Page 69 Test: "Murder in Four Parts"

The Page 69 Test: "Murder in Four Parts": "Bill Crider's first book in the Sheriff Dan Rhodes series won an Anthony Award for Best First Novel. His short story 'Cranked,' which appeared in Damn Near Dead, was nominated for an Edgar Award."

It's always an honor to take part in the Page 69 Test.  Check it out if you want to know more about the book.

5 comments:

Dale said...

I got word from Amazon that my copy of MiFP has been shipped. So, any day now I can do my own page 69 test and every other page, too.

Dale

Bill Crider said...

Now if only a million others would follow suit!

Becky said...

I have been blog hopping around all morning trying to find a book to fill the void of now finishing up a great book titled "Threshold" by Bonnie Kozek -a knockout thriller that grabed me from the get-go and didn't let go till the very last page- I was sad for it to end.

This blog site, especially the title of your book, "Murder in Four Parts" really caught my eye and I am extremely interested in checking it out as well. Thanks for the great tip!

Anonymous said...

Hey, Bill, somone I don't know related to someone who's a friend of someone I don't really know who doesn't know anything (that's for you lawyers out there; don't mess with with me or I'll resurrect the spirit of Oscar Acosta and send him right after your cockroach), went to this website:

http://www.bustedflushpress.com/DND_sampler.pdf

and it was said that he said by someone who's mute and can't talk, see, or hear that it might have been printed out.

Is this legal?

Thanks,
Overly Seriously Unfindedly Anonymous

Bill Crider said...

It must be legal since David was the publisher.