Depeschen mit dem Leitwort Margaret Cannon

  • After I’m Gone by Laura Lippman
  • Dog Will Have His Day by Fred Vargas, translated by Sian Reynolds
  • Resurrection by Wolf Haas, translated by Annie Janusch
  • The Dead In Their Vaulted Arches by Alan Bradley
  • The Two Sisters Of Borneo by Ian Hamilton
  • The Blood Promise by Mark Pryor
  • Dominion by C.J. Sansom

Seven new crime novels you should be devouring: Margaret Cannon with short reviews of new books by Laura Lippman, Fred Vargas, Wolf Haas, Alan Bradley, Ian Hamilton, Mark Pryor and C. J. Sansom. Her view at The Globe and Mail.

  • The Good Boy by Theresa Schwegel
  • The Sayers Swindle by Victoria Abbott
  • Phantoms of Breslau by Marek Krajewski
  • The Inheritor’s Powder by Sandra Hempel

Animals and kids as sleuths: Margaret Cannon about new crime fiction books. Her reviews at The Globe and Mail.

  • Sandrine’s Case by Thomas H. Cook
  • Police by Jo Nesbø
  • Barrett Fuller’s Secret by Scott Carte
  • Strange Shores by Arnaldur Indriðason
  • Light In A Dark House by Jan Costin Wagner
  • The Ways Of The World by Robert Goddard
  • Dexter’s Final Cut by Jeff Lindsay

Seven at one blow: Margaret Cannon about new crime fiction novels by Thomas H. Cook, Jo Nesbø, Scott Carte, Arnaldur Indriðason, Jan Costin Wagner, Robert Goddard and Jeff Lindsay. Her reviews at The Globe and Mail.

  • The Homecoming by Carsten Stroud
  • Red Sparrow by Jason Matthews
  • City of Blood by M.D. Villiers
  • A Treacherous Paradise by Henning Mankell

Canadian southern fried gothic, and other crime fiction worth a read: Margaret Cannon about new novels by Carsten Stroud, Jason Matthews, M.D. Villiers & Henning Mankell – at the Globe and Mail.

  • Miss Montreal by Howard Shrier
  • The Whisper of Legends by Barbara Fradkin
  • Evil and the Mask by Fuminori Nakamura
  • Almost Criminal by E.R. Brown

Murder in Montreal: Margaret Cannon about four new crime novels. Her reviews at The Globe and Mail.

  • Little Green by Walter Mosley
  • The Missing File by D.A. Mishani
  • Tuesday’s Gone by Nicci French
  • Stranglehold by Robert Rotenberg
  • The End Of The World In Breslau by Marek Krajewski
  • Solea by Jean-Claude Izzo
  • Lifetime by Liza Marklund
  • Fire on the Runway by Mel Bradshaw
  • The Unknown Masterpiece by John Brooke
  • Riverside Drive: Border City Blues by Michael Januska
  • Sowing Poison by Janet Kellough
  • The Christie Curse by Victoria Abbott

Twelve new crime fiction novels: Margaret Cannon about new books by Walter Mosley, D. A. Mishani and many more. Have a look at her reviews at The Globe and Mail.

  • The Ghost Riders of Ordebec by Fred Vargas
  • Take Five by Jack Batten
  • The Golden Egg by Donna Leon
  • The Woman Who Wouldn’t Die by Colin Cotterill

Margaret Cannon with four new crime fiction novels. Her reviews of books by Fred Vargas, Jack Batten, Donna Leon and Colin Cotterill you can read at The Globe and Mail.

  • The Bone Man by Wolf Haas
  • Rage Against The Dying by Becky Masterman
  • The Corpse With The Golden Nose by Cathy Ace
  • Three Graves Full by Jamie Mason

Simon Brenner goes north: Margaret Cannon about the novel The Bone Man by Wolf Haas and three other crime fictin novels. Her view at The Globe and Mail.

  • A Murder Of Crows by David Rotenberg
  • The Third Bullet by Stephen Hunter
  • Evil In All Its Disguises by Hilary Davidson
  • Suspect by Robert Crais

Great new crime fiction: Margaret Cannon about four novels. Her reviews at The Globe and Mail.

  • 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.