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»As always, Paretsky has done extensive research, and her dense, gratifyingly brief scientific explanations link together the betrayal, theft and murder at the novel’s core. The links between characters, past and present, are less crisp. It is easy to lose track of the connections between relatives, let alone physicists. And the introduction of a student turned Nazi torturer, turned anti-nuclear activist, is perhaps one twist too many.«

Anna Mundow

In motion: Anna Mundow on Critical Mass, the latest novel by Sara Paretsky and the sixteenth case for V.I. Warshawski. Her review at The Washington Post.

»The murder, dispassionately reported, is sickening, while the police investigation, trial and subsequent imprisonment are engrossing not only in their quotidian detail but also in what they reveal about 1950s assumptions regarding social class, sexuality and psychology.«

Anna Mundow

Long before Anne Perry wrote about murders, she committed one, as Peter Graham relates in his book Anne Perry and the Murder of the Century . Anna Mundow reviews his book at The Washington Post.

»With a similarly light touch, Zouroudi pays homage to the Greek past as she transports us, in these charming novels, to the country’s troubled present.«

Anna Mundow

The Doctor of Thessaly by Anne Zouroudi is a new mystery for a greek detective. Anna Mundow reviews the book at The Washington Post.