Monthly Archives: December 2009

Three Weeks to Say Goodbye, by C. J. Box

Three Weeks to Say Goodbye “A page-turner”, “unputdownable” and a blurb from Lee Child (“solid gold A-list must-read”) are all somewhat clichés of crime fiction, but in the case of Three Weeks to Say Goodbye by C. J. Cox (Corvus), … Continue reading

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Blood Safari by Deon Meyer

  Blood Safari Translated by K. l. Seegers. BLOOD SAFARI, originally written in Afrikaans, is an excellent thriller which held me completely entranced from the moment I opened it and read the first page. I'm a sucker for many of … Continue reading

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Core of Evil, by Nigel McCrery

Core of Evil CORE OF EVIL is a book that slips down a treat. It's easy to read over a couple of hours, mashing up the traditional British detective novel (think Agatha Christie) with the modern police procedural. It seems … Continue reading

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