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I Am Dust, by Louise Beech – book review

No mere spookerama

7 April 2020 · Leave a comment

What a Carve Up! by Jonathan Coe – book review

Clever, inventive and energetic, with a mission

6 April 2020 · Leave a comment

Mexico Street, by Simone Buchholz – book review

A tale of fury and fury signifying a great deal

31 March 2020 · 1 Comment

Menace in Malmö, by Torquil MacLeod – book review

What we need right now

29 March 2020 · 1 Comment

Containment, by Vanda Symon – book review

Another chance to waste too much time on Google Maps

13 March 2020 · 1 Comment

Deep Dark Night, by Steph Broadribb – review

The stripped down, acoustic set

3 March 2020 · 1 Comment

The mystery of the Moorgate tube disaster

It couldn’t happen today

28 February 2020 · 2 Comments

The Girl in Berlin, by Elizabeth Wilson – book review

‘How awful, to criticise a book for being too ambitious’

25 February 2020 · 2 Comments

Death Deserved, by Jørn Lier Horst and Thomas Enger – book review

Bergerac meets Wisting in the best traditions of Nordic Noir

13 February 2020 · 3 Comments

The Home, by Sarah Stovell – book review

Shocking, dark and difficult

20 January 2020 · Leave a comment