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»The world-weary hipster voice and the absurdist perspective of Claire DeWitt and The Bohemian Highway are what really hold a susceptible reader spellbound. Think of the noir-inflected novels of Paul Auster or even the labyrinthine stories of Jorge Luis Borges.«

Maureen Corrigan

American Mystery Finds A New Voice On ‚The Bohemian Highway‘: Maureen Corrigan about the novel Claire DeWitt and The Bohemian Highway by Sara Gran. Her review at NPR Books.

»Lost gathers force as it rushes to its genuinely surprising climax. While it isn’t my favorite Bolton novel (I’d recommend Awakening, Dead Scared or Sacrifice), there’s enough psychological suspense involved to make even squeamish readers forget the gore, for a time.«

Maureen Corrigan

Detective Constable Lacey Flint must stop a serial killer who’s draining the blood from young boys in London. Maureen Corrigan about Lost, the latest novel by S. J. Bolton. Her review you will find at The Washington Post.

»Hallie Ephron’s There Was An Old Woman is a New York suspense story set in an extraordinary outer-borough neighborhood that will stay with readers long after other plot details fade away.«

Maureen Corrigan

Book critic Maureen Corrigan about the novel There Was An Old Woman by Hallie Ephron. Her review you will find at The Washington Post.