- No Man’s Nightingale by Ruth Rendell
- The Gods of Guilt by Michael Connelly
- Purgatory by Ken Bruen
- Through The Evil Days by Julia Spencer-Fleming
Murder at the Vicarage: Marilyn Stasio about new crime fiction, mystery and thriller books. Her reviews of novels by Ruth Rendell, Michael Connelly, Ken Bruen and Julia Spencer-Fleming you will find at The New York Times.
»Wexford holds my views pretty well on most things, so I find putting him on the page fairly easy. Like me, he sees things changing, like people not writing letters any more. I used to get an awful lot of letters and they have almost all gone.«
As Inspector Wexford returns in the new novel No Man’s Nightingale, Ruth Rendell talks about politics, her influences and the secret to keeping the reader intrigued. Read the interview by Vanessa Thorpe at The Observer / The Guardian.