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»The Danish ice floe may not be as crowded with crime fiction as the Swedish or Norwegian drifts, but it will be obvious to readers why Gazan’s novel would be the leader of almost any pack. Moody and intricate, The Dinosaur Feather is every bit as unforgettable as its creepy title.«

Maureen Corrigan

Weird and ingenious new mystery: Maureen Corrigan about the novel The Dinosaur Feather by S.J. Gazan. Her review at The Washington Post.

»Fiona McFarlane’s The Night Guest is one of those psychological suspense novels in which readers know something is up but aren’t always clear about what exactly it is.«

Maureen Corrigan

Mystery: Maureen Corrigan about the novel The Night Guest by Fiona McFarlane. Her review at The Washington Post.

»Mysteries usually are heralded as an intellectual genre. (It’s not for nothing, after all, that Edgar Allan Poe called his stories »tales of ratiocination.«) In How the Light Gets In, Penny has written a magnificent mystery novel that appeals not only to the head, but also to the heart and soul.«

Maureen Corrigan

This is a mystery novel worth staying home for: Maureen Corrigan about the novel How the Light Gets In by Louise Penny. Her review at The Washington Post.