»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.«
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.
- Midnight At Marble Arch by Anne Perry
- Murder As A Fine Art by David Morrell
- The Darkling by R. B. Chesterton
- The Night Detectives by Jon Talton
Marilyn Stasio about four new crime novels by Anne Perry, David Morrell, R. B. Chesterton and Jon Talton. Her reviews can be read at The New York Times.
A short video portrait about Anne Perry. By Open Road Media.