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Here are all the book reviews on Cafe thinking, in order of author surname and then by date of review. If you click on a link it will open in a new window.


Margaret Atwood – The Handmaid’s Tale

Cheryl Denise Bannerman – Cats, Cannolis and a Curious Kidnapping

Quentin Bates – Thin Ice

Quentin Bates – Cold Breath

Roxanne Bouchard – We Were the Salt of the Sea

Philip Brady – The Meal of Fortune

Steph Broadribb – Deep Down Dead

Steph Broadribb – Deep Blue Trouble

Steph Broadribb – Deep Dirty Truth

Simone Buchholz – Beton Rouge

Paul Burston – The Closer I Get

Andrea Camilleri – The Age of Doubt (Inspector Montalbano)

Ann Cleeves – Raven Black

Ann Cleeves – White Nights

Neil Cross – Luther: The Calling

Kjell Ola Dahl – Faithless

Kjell Ola Dahl – The Ice Swimmer

Kjell Ola Dahl – The Courier

Paula Daly – Open Your Eyes

Thomas Enger – Cursed

Thomas Enger – Killed

Thomas Enger- Inborn

Johanna Gustawsson – Keeper

Simon Hall – The TV Detective

Paul E Hardisty – Turbulent Wake

Charles Harris – The Breaking of Liam Glass

Lucy V Hay – The Other Twin

Anthony Horowitz – The Word is Murder

Anthony Horowitz – The Sentence is Death

Arnaldur Indridason – Jar City (not really a review)

Hanna Jameson – The Last

Lisa Jewell – Then She Was Gone

Lisa Jewell – Watching You – and a bonus post on the ending

Lisa Jewell – The Family Upstairs

Ragnar Jónasson – Snowblind

Ragnar Jónasson – Nightblind

Ragnar Jónasson – Blackout

Ragnar Jónasson – Rupture

Ragnar Jónasson – Whiteout

Ragnar Jónasson – The Island

Joseph Kanon – Leaving Berlin

Tim Lott – When we were rich

Torquil MacLeod – Meet me in Malmö

Torquil MacLeod – Murder in Malmö

Torquil MacLeod – Missing in Malmö

Torquil MacLeod – Midnight in Malmö

Luke McCallin – The Ashes of Berlin

W H S McIntyre – Good News Bad News

Michael J Malone – A Suitable Lie

Sarra Manning – The Rise and Fall of Becky Sharp

Jon Michelet – The Frozen Woman

Jo Nesbo – Headhunters

Rex Pickett – Sideways

Agnes Ravatn – The Bird Tribunal

Ally Rose – The River Runs Red

Peter Schneider – The Wall Jumper

Gunnar Staalesen – We shall inherit the wind

Gunnar Staalesen – Wolves in the Dark

Gunnar Staalesen – Big Sister

Gunnar Staalesen – Wolves at the Door

Sarah Stovell – Exquisite

Vanda Symon – Overkill

Vanda Symon – The Ringmaster

Yusuf Toropov – Jihadi

Antti Tuomainen – The Mine

Antti Tuomainen – The Man Who Died

Antti Tuomainen – Palm Beach Finland

Sarah Ward – In Bitter Chill 

Sarah Ward – A Deadly Thaw

David Young – Stasi Wolf

David Young – A Darker State

David Young – Stasi 77


Andrew Adonis – Five Days in May

Thurston Clarke – The Last Campaign: Robert F Kennedy and 82 days that inspired America

David N Clough – Dr Beeching’s Remedy: A Cure for a Century of the Railway’s Ills

Matthew d’Ancona – Post Truth: the new war on truth and how to fight back

Jason Farrell and Paul Goldsmith – How to Lose a Referendum

Philip Gould – The Unfinished Revolution

Camilla Hammerich – The Borgen Experience

Claire Handscombe (ed) – Walk with Us

Charles Helfenstein – The Making of On Her Majesty’s Secret Service

Dan Hodges – One Minute to Ten

Andrew Jeffrey – Mastering Numbers

Naomi Klein – No is Not Enough

Andrew Martin – Night Trains

Max Mckeown – The Strategy Book

Roger Moore – Bond on Bond

John O’Farrell – Things can only get worse?

Craig Oliver – Unleashing Demons

Vicki Pipe and Geoff Marshall – The Railway Adventures

Tim Ross – Why the Tories Won

Tim Shipman – All Out War

Tim Shipman – Fall Out

Stephanie Vanderslice – The Geek’s Guide to the Writing Life

Michael Wolff – Fire and Fury

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