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»The novel’s climax isn’t ingenious enough to justify its lackadaisical pace, but for those readers up for an extended sojourn in and around the golden precincts of Cambridge, Wood’s thriller, with its comfortably broken-in plot premise, may well be agreeable enough.«

Maureen Corrigan about the novel The Bellwether Revivals by Benjamin Wood. Her review at washingtonpost.com.


»This is a detective novel in which the mysteries of people’s lives threaten to overshadow mysteries born of criminal activity. The crime that gives the novel its initial momentum fades away like the half-glimpsed vintage car, never to reappear.«

Killian Fox about Hawthorn & Child by Keith Ridgway. Read more about the bizarre, engaging take on the detective novel at guardian.co.uk.