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»The crux of the problem is that Allende has interwoven the thriller elements with the lives, interrelationships and backstories of a large cast of Bay Area characters. These parts of the book can be mildly enjoyable in a low-key way. Then the melodrama breaks in. The result is two underwhelming novels in one.«

Andrew Taylor

Two novels in one: Andrew Taylor about the novel Ripper by Isabel Allende. His review at The Spectator.

  • Norwegian By Night by Derek B. Miller
  • The Honey Guide by Richard Crompton
  • City of Blood by M.D. Villier
  • The Missing File by D.A. Mishani
  • The Silent Wife by A.S.A. Harrison
  • Burial Rites by Hannah Kent
  • The Scent of Death by Andrew Taylor
  • Rubbernecker by Belinda Bauer
  • Ratlines by Stuart Neville
  • The Twelfth Department by William Ryan
  • Ghostman by Roger Hobbs
  • Laidlaw by William McIlvanney

From serial killers to tartan noir, Laura Wilson rounds up her pick of the crop. The best crime and thrillers of 2013 – at The Guardian.

  • The Late Scholar by Jill Paton Walsh & Dorothy L. Sayers
  • Then We Take Berlin by John Lawton
  • The Double by George Pelecanos
  • The Minor Adjustment Beauty Salon by Alexander McCall Smith

The best detective thrillers of the season: Andrew Taylor about new books by Jill Paton Walsh & Dorothy L. Sayers, John Lawton, George Pelecanos and Alexander McCall Smith. His reviews at The Spectator.