Mystery Page Turners is a blog out of Canada created by a newly-minted librarian who also holds a Master's and Ph.D in English. Right now, she's sharing novels that she finds interesting, in keeping with the blog's stated theme of "Looking for a great mystery novel to read – one that you can’t put down?" There will be a mix of old and new included to suit various tastes.
British historical crime author R.N. Morris has started the Bloody Blog. It's so new, it's still got a little shrink wrap around the edges, but we'll welcome posts like his recent "From a Manual of Medical Jurisprudence, Insanity and Toxicology (1903)."
Crime Watch was born in August and is the brainchild of writer/reviewer Craig Sisterson from New Zealand, who focuses on crime fiction from that region (but others, too). He's been participating in the Crime Fiction Alphabet meme started by the Mysteries in Paradise blog, and his latest post is a feature of Kiwi author Paddy Richardson.