Every Friday, I look forward to reading about another author on Jill’s Book Cafe’s feature. So I was delighted to take part today.
My thanks to Lynne LeGrow for some interesting and entertaining questions.
‘There’s nothing better than knowing others enjoy the story you wrote. That’s why I write.’
My thanks to Yesha for some intriguing and enjoyable questions.
‘The challenge is invariably the same with all my books – keeping it fresh and credible, which isn’t easy when your main character isn’t a police officer or private detective.’
‘The Kent Fisher murder mysteries are a long way from the cop with a trauma, which seems to be one of the current trends in crime fiction. They’re traditional murder mysteries, driven by both character and plot to entertain readers.’
If you want to find out more about why I write the Kent Fisher mysteries, you can read the guest post at Between the Lines
My thanks to Cathy at Between the Lines for letting me spread the word.
This is another fabulous book by Robert. His writing style is so easy to read and follow which makes it an absolute joy – Curled up with a Good Book
A super series, brilliant angle for the stories and Kent is a top bloke! Highly recommended – Books from Dusk Till Dawn
5 things I learned from writing a series. A guest post on Novel Deelights
Daring to be different. A guest post on Linda’s Book Bag
No Mercy is a cracking read and I would Definitely Recommend it – Me and my Books
I was on the edge of my seat trying to figure out who in the hell the person was that I thought had done it – The Caffeinated Reader
Humorous dialogue and engaging characterisation I’ve come to expect from Robert Crouch, and is the best Kent Fisher book yet – Hair Past a Freckle
Great fun, an intriguing mystery and thoroughly entertaining – The Bookwormery
I am an avid fan of Agatha Christie and I have absolute no qualms in saying, these stories really do have a close relation to the original classics – Lacy Ace Book Reviews
A great whodunit in a kind of familiar, though also unique way, as I never met a sleuth like Kent before – The Magic of Wor(l)ds
Somehow I don’t think I could ever tire of this series – A Lover of Books
A really enjoyable read – Donna’s Book Blog
I recommend this series if you like thriller/murder/mystery – The Writer’s Alley
A thoroughly entertaining, cosy-ish crime thriller – The Bookwormery
Fits in with all the “greats” of crime fiction quite perfectly as an interesting sleuth with a clear voice and style – The Itinerarian
Good mystery with an ending that has you longing for another book instantly – The Magic of Wor(l)ds
There are some real characters building in this series which I now care about, love it when a series affects me like that – Books from Dusk till Dawn
This has that classic ‘whodunnit’ feel but in a modern setting – Me and my Books
How an environmental health officer can solve a murder – a guest post at Linda’s Book Bag.
Each of the Kent Fisher mysteries is brilliantly written and easy to read – Mo Mo Book Diary
The Book I Had To Write – a guest post on Nemesis Book Blog
With secrets to uncover, laughter, passion and some lovely creatures to add to the mix, this is definitely one story to read – Lacy Ace Book Reviews
Avoiding Jessica Fletcher Syndrome – a guest post on The Tattooed Book Geek
I loved it and it definitely hooked me into wanting to read the next book – The Caffeinated Reader
A great read with a kind of cosy mystery feel – Curled Up with a Good Book
Check out the reviews and guest posts from the No Remorse blog tour, 7th to 18th May, 2018.
Dear BBC, please make these into a top quality drama – Booksaremycwtches
This book is a brilliant read – Black Books Blog
A light hearted and entertaining mystery with deaths and danger aplenty – My Reading Corner
Guest post on LJ Ross, Author Introductions
An engrossing puzzle with some intriguing twists and a real sense of danger – Hair Past a Freckle
Enough intrigue to keep you hooked from start to finish – Novel Deelights.
The characters were really great – Donnasbookblog
Kept me guessing until the end – Katiesbookcavereviews
Guest post at Love Books Group
A great sense of tension, suspense and drama. Highly Recommended – Me and My Books
An addictive read which you will find hard to put down – A Lover of Books.
This one is the best so far – Ignite Books.
A strong plotted book that kept me turning those pages – Orchard Book Club
Reviews, guest posts and interview from the No Bodies blog tour, 19th October to 2nd November 2017.
A brilliant read – Black Books Blog
Robert Crouch is fast becoming a favourite author – A Lover of Books
The inspiration and creation of Kent Fisher guest post – Love Books Group
Kent Fisher is a wonderful creation and unique in crime literature – Booksaremycwtches
Kept me gripped from start to finish – Me and My Books
Easy writing style with a mix of humour – Ali The Dragon Slayer
An interview with Ronnie Turner
Had me hooked from start to finish – Novel Deelights
You will inevitably be entranced with the journey – CJPPublishing
Left me with more questions with every page turned – Bits About Books
No police. No private eye. No murder. A guest post on Linda’s Book Bag
I really enjoy this series and look forward to more – Kath Middleton Books
It’s a very intriguing and entertaining read – My Reading Corner
A book which will be hard for any reader to put down – Sweet Little Book
Check out the links to read the full reviews and posts from the No Accident blog tour between 20-30th August 2017.
An extraordinary detective thriller – Bits About Books.
A clever, original and highly enjoyable thriller – Booksaremycwtches.
Could an environmental health officer solve a murder? – Anne bonny Book Reviews
I enjoyed the humour scattered throughout – Ali – The Dragon Slayer
An entertaining and enjoyable mystery – Novel Deelights
A different concept to a crime story – Sweet Little Books
I have a new fictional hero! – Ignite Bookblog
I warmed to Kent Fisher straight away – A Lover of Books
says Stefanie of The Magic of Wor(l)ds in her review of No Mercy.
‘The plot and characters are well developed and are certainly entertaining throughout as there is, among others, some great humour in this book.
Everything also sounds and feels realistic, which makes it a great whodunit in a kind of familiar, though also unique way, as I never met a sleuth like Kent before.’