Monthly Archives: December 2010

1222 by Anne Holt

1222 by Anne Holt, translated by Marlaine Delargy. Corvus 2010. A passenger train crashes at a tunnel in the Norwegian mountains near Finsenut during a terrible snow storm. There are 269 people on board but only one of them, the … Continue reading

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Bunker by Andrea Maria Schenkel

Bunker by Andrea Maria Schenkel, translated by Anthea Bell, Quercus 2010. BUNKER, the third brief novel by Andrea Maria Schenkel to be translated into English, again by the sensitive pen of Anthea Bell, differs from the author’s previous two novels … Continue reading

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The Siren by Alison Bruce

The Siren by Alison Bruce, Constable 2010. The second book about DC Gary Goodhew of the Cambridge police starts when a young woman’s two-year-old son goes missing. Kimberly, the mother, is in some kind of trouble triggered by a TV … Continue reading

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