»Love Story, with Murders is a dark delight, and I look forward to Fiona’s future struggles with criminals, her demons and the mysteries of her past.«
Variously wry, unexpected and perverse: Patrick Anderson about the novel Love Story, with Murders by Harry Bingham. His review at The Washington Post.
»What is certain is that this Death Penalty volume offers a rich, innovative approach to a confounding topic. One can only hope that it will be broadly read and debated.«
Derrida and the Death Penalty: Jan Mieszkowski reviews The Death Penalty, Volume I by Jacques Derrida. His review and an interview with Peggy Kamuf, the translator of the book, by Arne De Boever you will find at the Los Angeles Review of Books.
»«I don’t have to think,» he says of his writing. «I go into sort of a trance.» «
Alexander McCall Smith
3,000 words a day: Sarah Hampson in conversation with writer Alexander McCall Smith (The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency series). Her portrait at The Globe and Mail.