»Child 44 was one of those rare books that managed to thrill both the Booker judges and the Richard and Judy brigade. The Farm is, perhaps, even better. It is so good, in fact, that you will finish it quickly and then be jealous of anyone who hasn’t read it yet.«
A sort of therapy session: Simmy Richman about the novel The Farm by Tom Rob Smith. His review you can read at The Independent.
»This atmospheric crime fiction probes deep issues.«
Murder mystery probes dark side of Cairo: Jane Jakeman reviews the novel The Ghost Runner by Parker Bilal. Her review at The Independent.
»It’s «like something by Dumas», Anna observes when Robert tells her of the events that have unfolded: but twist their stories together and it’s noir meets Gothic – a thrilling tale of war crimes, family secrets, murder and blackmail.«
Thrills in postwar Vienna: Lucy Scholes about the novel The Crooked Maid by Dan Vyleta. Her review at The Independent.