Monthly Archives: June 2009

Betrayal, by Karin Alvtegen

  Betrayal The description and dissection of a failing marriage that takes up the first chapters of BETRAYAL is one of the most realistic and gripping accounts I have read of how happy expectations gradually wither into the ashes of … Continue reading

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Dead Tomorrow, by Peter James

  Dead Tomorrow The new Roy Grace novel is an exciting, fast, satisfying read. The previous four books in the series featured a left-of-field, imaginative hook, ratcheting up the suspense (such as the stag night that went wrong when the … Continue reading

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Ice Cold, by Andrea Maria Schenkel

  Ice Cold ICE COLD (translator: Anthea Bell) is the second novel by the acclaimed author of THE MURDER FARM; both novels have won the German Crime Prize in consecutive years. ICE COLD tells the story of a serial killer … Continue reading

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