- Darkness, Darkness by John Harvey
- Rose Gold by Walter Mosley
- The Stone Wife by Peter Lovesey
- Prison Noir edited by Joyce Carol Oates
Letting Go: Marilyn Stasio about new novels by John Harvey, Walter Mosley and Peter Lovesey and about the Akashic anthology Prison Noir edited by Joyce Carol Oates. Her reviews at The New York Times.
»However, like many good writers, Lovesey can get carried away and, at 400 pages, The Tooth Tattoo outstays its welcome – the sheer number of words weighing it down by the end.«
Despite the bravura opening, The Tooth Tattoo is not Peter Lovesey at his best, says Terry Ramsey. Read the review at The Telegraph.
»I have no idea how many string quartet aficionados enjoy crime fiction, but they should hasten to read the veteran British writer Peter Lovesey’s fascinating The Tooth Tattoo.«
The Tooth Tattoo by Peter Lovesey offers fascinating glimpse into string quartets, by way of procedural, Patrick Anderson says. His review can be read at The Washington Post.