»Yet what lingers in the mind after reading The Black Box are the more complex moral dilemmas that arise for Bosch, which he has faced countless times throughout his career.«
Paula Woods about the new Harry Bosch novel The Black Box by Michael Connelly. Her review at Los Angeles Times.
»Moreover, Kanon — best known for The Good German and the Edgar Award-winning Los Alamos — so thoroughly immerses the reader in the history, beauty and complexity of Istanbul that you can practically feel yourself moving through the tile-cooled mosques and twisted streets, smell the leather bags in the Bazaar, see „the open mouth of the Bosphorus, alive with boats.“
Paula Woods about the new thriller Istanbul Passage by Joseph Kanon. Her review at latimes.com.
- Prague Fatale by Philip Kerr
- Waiting for Sunset by William Boyd
- Istanbul Passage by Joseph Kanon
Paula Woods with new mystery and thriller books set amid the world wars. Her reviews at latimes.com.