»There is something admirably professional about this sort of writing. And not only because of the pains taken to get the period right. Taylor also recognises that successful page-turners — those true specimens of Chandler’s art — come from the author removing himself from view and simply concentrating on telling a story that keeps readers interested to the end.«
The Scent of Death by Andrew Taylor is a triumph of genre plotting, Stig Abell says. His review you can read at The Spectator.