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20 Jul

Calling Down the Storm by Peter Murphy

Review on BookNoir Some years ago I read a Peter Murphy book, Test of Resolve, which I liked ...
19 Jul

The Dark Isle by Clare Carson

Review on BookNoir Jim is an undercover police officer and when the family of a member of MI6, ...
19 Jul

SECOND OPINION: Blood Sisters by Jane Corry

Review on BookNoir Well, this was a twisty sort of read! Just when I thought I knew what ...
19 Jul

Wolves in the Dark by Gunnar Staalesen

Review on BookNoir A long time ago I read a couple of Staalesen’s Varg Veum detective novels and ......
19 Jul

Continental Crimes edited by Martin Edwards

Review on BookNoir Continental Crimes is the latest anthology in the hugely popular British Library Crime Classics series ......
16 Jul

The Detriment by David Videcette

Review on BookNoir This is the second novel of the author’s and once again we’re with Detective Inspector ......
15 Jul

Exquisite by Sarah Stovell

Review on BookNoir Exquisite has been called a perfect literary thriller, but do not allow that to put ......
15 Jul

A Dark So Deadly by Stuart MacBride

Review on BookNoir A Dark So Deadly is a standalone novel by the successful Scottish crime writer, Stuart ......
13 Jul

The Story of Classic Crime in 100 Books by Martin Edwards

Review on BookNoir Martin Edwards’ latest nonfiction book, The Story of Classic Crime in 100 Books, serves as ......
12 Jul

Death Makes a Prophet by John Bude

Review on BookNoir Welworth Garden City is a thoroughly modern metropolis (to 1950s eyes at least) inhabited by ......
09 Jul

Unquiet Spirits by Bonnie MacBird

Review on BookNoir This book had so many twists and turns, plots and sub-plots, and historical and scientific ......
08 Jul

SECOND OPINION: The Frozen Woman by Jon Michelet

Review on BookNoir This is another Norwegian crime novel from prize-winning author Jon Michelet. I could not imagine ......
08 Jul

Dark Dawn Over Steep House by M.R.C. Kasasian

Review on BookNoir The Gower Street Detective is a Mr Sidney Grice. He has a glass eye, which ...
07 Jul

SECOND OPINION: Well of the Winds by Denzil Meyrick

Review on BookNoir This story starts with a particularly gruesome murder that took place in 1945, towards the ......
05 Jul

A Patient Fury by Sarah Ward

Review on BookNoir A tragic case of murder-suicide is the conclusion of most of the team investigating the ......
04 Jul

The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter

Review on BookNoir This powerful book starts with the happened to Samantha in 1989, when two masked men ......
04 Jul

Wolves in the Dark by Gunnar Staalesen

Review on BookNoir It is hard to believe that Gunnar Staalesen introduced the world to Varg Veum over ......
03 Jul

Blood Sisters by Jane Corry

Review on BookNoir The latest book by the author of My Husband’s Wife, this is a compelling novel ...
02 Jul

The House by Simon Lelic

Review on BookNoir This book gripped me from the start. I have a sensible, practical friend who is ...
01 Jul

Trust Me by Angela Clarke

Review on BookNoir How would you feel if you went online, to Facebook, and then watched someone being ......
30 Jun

Exquisite by Sarah Stovell

Review on BookNoir This book was so highly anticipated by myself and other reviewers. The beautiful cover just ......