D.C. Natalie Kershaw is about to join the Murder squad, but first she has to clear up the case of the un identified man who fell from the top of a skyscraper and died. Janusz Kiszka is a long time Polish emigre, and troubleshooter for Poles in London. He and Natalie have met before, inContinue reading “Death Can’t Take A joke by Anya Lipska (Kiszka and Kershaw 2)”
This is a clever, fluent book with a riveting narrative and disturbing psychological insights.
I am an unashamed fan of the Rizzoli and Isles books in particular and of Terss Gerritsen generally. Unlike other long character series, Die Again felt fresh and lively and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Set in Botswana and Boston, Die Again links murders in the bush with a series of homicides in Boston and theContinue reading “Die Again (Rizzoli & Isles 11) by Tess Gerritsen”
A welcome new addition to women’s crime fiction. Written with good pace and cleverly revealing just enough about the central characters to keep us gripped, Someone Else’s Skin introduces a new crime duo. D.I Marnie Rome is a class act. Holding a few secrets to herself, she and her police partner, Detective Noah Jake visitContinue reading “Someone Else’s Skin by Sarah Hilary”