- The Ides of April by Lindsey Davis
- The Scent of Death by Andrew Taylor
- A Treacherous Likeness by Lynn Shepherd
- A Man without Breath by Philip Kerr
Jake Kerridge surveys the latest crop of historical crime novels, which range from Roman times to wartime Berlin. His reviews at The Telegraph.
»Over the two decades now that he’s been penning this series, Kerr has become a master at portraying the intricacies of the Second World War, both martial and moral.«
J. Kingston Pierce
A new Pick of the week for crime fiction readers: J. Kingston Pierce about A Man Without Breath by Philip Kerr. Read his review at The Rap Sheet.