Tournament of Crime Fiction Ebooks – Sweet 16

March 3, 2012

Welcome to the Sweet 16 round.

I realized last night that I made an error. My apologies to all involved and to all who voted. The opening round had Ray Banks vs. Edward A. Grainger. These two authors should have faced other opponents according to the brackets. I made a mistake a omitted those other books. I am going to assume that Banks and Grainger would have won their opening round match ups and count their battle as the Sweet 16 match up with the winner moving on to the next round and being announced at that time..

I’m sorry for the confusion.

The full bracket can be seen here.

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Brian Lindenmuth

Brian is the non-fiction editor of Spinetingler magazine and one of the fiction editors of Snubnose Press. In addition to Spinetingler his work has appeared in Crimespree magazine and at BSC Review, Galleycat and the Mulholland Books website. He also heads the Spinetingler Award committee.

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One Response to Tournament of Crime Fiction Ebooks – Sweet 16

  1. nigel bird on March 3, 2012 at 10:12 am

    It’s a pretty good assumtion and a seems like a good solution.

    And it does feel like it’s a fun exercise rather than one to take overly-seriously (though I’m still punching the air and very grateful in spite of myself).




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