When Marshall Grade agrees to meet his former NYPD colleague Ray Vialoux, he does not expect Ray to end up dead on the floor of a New York restaurant.
Reads a bit of crime fiction. Been reviewing with a focus on Australian and New Zealand works on www.austcrimefiction.org since 2006.
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2023 Reading Goal
92% complete! Karen from AustCrime has read 92 of 100 books.
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The collection of cases covered by Emily Webb's SUBURBAN TRUE CRIME go back to the 1940's, through to more recent times, covering a wide range of different murders and disappearances that have occurred in Australian suburban locations.
My review of Bryan Brown's first full length crime novel - The Drowning has been posted at Newtown Review of Books:
"Actor and Australian icon Bryan Brown brings his laconic style to his first full-length crime novel."
Review of Offline by Anne Holt has just been published at:
A long time overdue to read this from the godmother of modern Norwegian crime fiction - who certainly knows how to produce well written, atmospheric character driven crime fiction which tackles important questions along the way.