»Part history lesson, part tribute, Troubled Daughters, Twisted Wives is a must-have for crime-fiction readers.«
Oline H. Cogdill
An overdue look at the forgotten women of mystery fiction: Oline H. Cogdill about the anthology Troubled Daughters, Twisted Wives, edited by critic Sarah Weinman. Her review at The Seattle Times.
»I blame Raymond Chandler. He wrote the kinds of lines — “His ears were large and might have flapped in a high wind” — that lesser wordsmiths still try to match. I wish they would stop.«
Reporter Ken Armstrong about the new novel The Innocence Game by Michael Harvey. His review at The Seattle Time.
- Pale Horses by Jassy Mackenzie
- Hour of the Red God by Richard Crompton
- Deadly Harvest by Michael Stanley
- Unspeakable by Kevin O’Brien
- Death and the Courtesan by Pamela Christie
- Capacity for Murder by Bernadette Pajer
- Animal, Vegetable, Murder by Judy Dailey
- The Beast from the Western Realms by Martin Limón
Adam Woog with a new installment of his column on crime and mystery fiction. Read his reviews at The Seattle Times.