»In the nearer future, crime-novel aficionados will be curious to see how long Joyce can keep successfully mining the world of professional hockey for his material. There are certainly facets of that world — its violence, its corruption, money, sex — that should keep Joyce’s hero going for quite a while.«
G.B. Joyce’s new hockey noir ﬁnds darkness in rural enclaves, Philip Marchand says. His review about The Black Ace you can read at the National Post.
- The Andalucian Friend by Alexander Soderberg
- Criminal Enterprise by Owen Laukkanen
- The Black Ace by G.B. Joyce
- The Third Riel Conspiracy by Stephen Legault
Sweden gets a new Lisbeth Salander, Margaret Cannon says. She has read new crime fiction books and at The Globe and Mail she reviews them.
Mark Medley met the canadian sportswriter G.B. Joyce, who just had published his debut crime novel The Code. Read his portait at nationalpost.com.