Hanging Hill by Mo Hayder
New reviews by Margaret Cannon on new crime fiction at theglobeandmail.com.
The Technologists by Matthew Pearl
Defending Jacob by William Landay
Those Who Love Night by Wessel Ebersohn
A Room Full of Bones by Elly Griffiths
„There’s no mistaking this novel’s trial scenes for the work of anyone but a lawyer. Mr. Landay pays a lot of attention to tactics, both legal and dramatic ones.“
Janet Maslin on Defending Jacob by William Landay. Read her review at nytimes.com.
„Many readers, preferring neatly tied-up plots, will be frustrated by the way Landay drops red herrings and possibly significant clues, but then leaves a surfeit of questions outstanding at the end of the book.“
J. Kingston Pierce reviews the novel Defending Jacob by William Landay at kirkusreviews.com.