BookNoir

04 Oct

Our Intrepid Reporter: Gwenda Major Attends An Evening With Ann Cleeves

Article on BookHugger When I got an email from my local library advertising a talk by Ann Cleeves, ...
03 Oct

The Memory Chamber by Holly Cave

Review on BookNoir Through complicated scientific procedures Heaven Architects can make a very personal Heaven for clients who ......
30 Sep

One Last Dram Before Midnight by Denzil Meyrick

Review on BookNoir I put off reading this book for as long as I could. Why, you might ...
29 Sep

Munich by Robert Harris

Review on BookNoir Munich is another winner from Robert Harris, a fantastically entertaining historical novel that you won’t ......
29 Sep

The Child Finder by Rene Denfeld

Review on BookNoir Wow! What a read this turned out to be! I was expecting it to be ...
28 Sep

Purged by Peter Laws

Review on BookNoir Peter Laws has brought a fascinating debut out, which brings a different perspective on a ......
27 Sep

Deadly Burial by Jon Richter

Review on BookNoir Deadly Burial would probably be termed a novella as it has the equivalent of 149 ...
27 Sep

SECOND OPINION: An Act of Silence by Colette McBeth

Review on BookNoir Colette McBeth’s An Act of Silence is a dazzling labyrinth of a novel that delights ......
26 Sep

SECOND OPINION: A Patient Fury by Sarah Ward

Review on BookNoir DC Connie Childs has just returned to work and she is not too sure if ...
25 Sep

Now We Are Dead by Stuart MacBride

Review on BookNoir DS Roberta Steel is back. I’ve been reading MacBride for a few years now and ...
22 Sep

SECOND OPINION: Girl Zero by A.A. Dhand

Review on BookNoir Detective Inspector Harry Virdee is a senior officer based in the city of his birth, ......
21 Sep

SECOND OPINION: All the Wicked Girls by Chris Whitaker

Review on BookNoir There is a dark cloud hanging over Grace, a small town in the Bible-belt of ...
18 Sep

The Hound of the Baskervilles by Ian Edginton

Review on BookGeek Giving modern readers a taste of what Holmes is all about, this better that usual ......
18 Sep

A Nest of Vipers by Andrea Camilleri

Review on BookNoir Montalbano is back and once again I have spent a couple of pleasant afternoons chortling ......
18 Sep

SECOND OPINION: The Child by Fiona Barton

Review on BookNoir When the skeleton of a dead baby, probably decades old, is found on a building ...
17 Sep

Cast Iron by Peter May

Review on BookNoir Peter May returns with another classic Enzo Macleod thriller that has more twists and turns ......
16 Sep

Crime and the Craft: Masonic Involvement in Murder, Treason and Scandal by Mike Neville

Review on BookChap Freemasonry is a subject that divides a lot of people. Depending on who you ask, ...
15 Sep

Then She Was Gone by Lisa Jewell

Review on BookDiva Regarded by everyone, but particularly by her mother, as a happy, well-adjusted “golden-girl”, Ellie Mack ......
14 Sep

Body on Baker Street by Vicki Delany

Review on BookNoir Body on Baker Street is the second book in Vicki Delany’s entertaining Sherlock Holmes Bookshop ......
14 Sep

The Accordionist by Fred Vargas

Review on BookNoir Fred Vargas is not easy to review because it is hard to pin down the ...
14 Sep

Lost in the Lake by A.J. Waines

Review on BookNoir “Did I make you jump? Turning up like that in your own kitchen? You have ...