»It’s only fair to note that this is an early novel, written nearly 20 years ago. Writers mature, and The Midas Murders may not be representative of Aspe’s later work. Seen strictly on its own terms, it is a minor, easily forgettable effort that does nothing to challenge Simenon’s position in the pantheon of Belgian novelists.«
Precise evocation of the medieval city of Bruges: Bill Sheehan about the novel The Midas Murders by Pieter Aspe. His review at The Washington Post.
- USA Noir ed. by Johnny Temple
- Dark Times in the City by Gene Kerrigan
- Bryant & May and the Invisible Code by Christopher Fowler
- The Midas Murders by Pieter Aspe
New crime fiction: Marilyn Stasio about new books by Gene Kerrigan, Christopher Fowler, Pieter Aspe and the anthology USA Noir edited by Johnny Temple. Her reviews at The New York Times.
Der belgische Krimiautor Pieter Aspe, alias Pierre Aspeslag, in einem kurzen Videoporträt von Open Road Media.