Depeschen mit dem Leitwort

  • Chihuahua Confidential by Waverly Curtis
  • The Girl Who Cried Wolf by Robert Ferrigno
  • A Matter of Trust by Lis Wiehl and April Henry
  • Slight of Hand by Phillip Margolin

Columnist Adam Woog with a new crime-fiction roundup at The Seattle Times.

  • The Golden Calf by Helene Tursten
  • The Cat Did Not Die by Inger Frimansson
  • Helsinki Blood by James Thompson
  • The Day is Dark by Yrsa Sigurdardóttir

Adam Woog with a new instalment of his column on crime and mystery fiction. This time: A bookshelf of new Nordic noir. His reviews at The Seattle Times.

»The plot is not intricate by Rankin’s standards, which may disappoint some fans.«

Adam Woog

In Ian Rankin’s new John Rebus mystery, Standing in Another Man’s Grave, the retired Edinburgh detective returns to active duty to investigate a series of killings of young women. Crime fiction reviewer Adam Woog with a review of the book at The Seattle Times.