- Say You’re Sorry by Michael Robotham
- The Nightmare by Lars Kepler
- Creole Belle by James Lee Burke
- 7 Days by Deon Meyer
Graeme Blundell on four new crime novels. His reviews at theaustralian.com.au.
»The political target in The Nightmare is a worthwhile one: arms sales to the Sudanese government of Omar al-Bashir. «
Peter Rozovsky about The Nightmare by Lars Kepler. His review at philly.com.
»The Stieg Larsson school of Swedish crime writing doesn’t go in for guilty pleasures.«
Peter Rozovsky about Lars Kepler and why they are the real next Stieg Larsson. Read more at Detectives Beyond Borders.