»The novel’s climax isn’t ingenious enough to justify its lackadaisical pace, but for those readers up for an extended sojourn in and around the golden precincts of Cambridge, Wood’s thriller, with its comfortably broken-in plot premise, may well be agreeable enough.«
Maureen Corrigan about the novel The Bellwether Revivals by Benjamin Wood. Her review at washingtonpost.com.
»Mission to Paris is perfectly agreeable summer suspense reading, but what keeps it out of the five-star company of Furst stunners like Night Soldiers, Dark Star and Spies of the Balkans is the weak denouements of the key action-adventure moments.«
Maureen Corrigan about the new novel Mission to Paris by Alan Furst. Her review at washingtonpost.com.