An easy read of a murder mystery featuring a French journalist and an ancient artefact
An enjoyable historical murder mystery with likeable characters and a steady plot, set in the Gilded Age in New York
Jim Napier has created a competent detective in Colin McDermott and this latest story is a solid, entertaining read – nothing taxing and easy to digest. A good read.
The Dead of False Creek by Sarah M. Stephen – Late twentieth century detective meets the present day in this quirky and enjoyable murder mystery
The Milan Contract by Stephen Franks is a great thriller, taut and tense, with a well-executed plot which starts as a regular police investigation but develops into so much more
A murder mystery, lightly told with the deft hand of Sydney Preston, which is big on character and well-plotted
For me, bourbon conjures images of small chocolate biscuits but the Bourbon Kid is a far scarier prospect in this quirky detective horror thriller
The Ruin, the first book featuring Dervla McTiernan’s garda Cormac Reilly, is a competently written thriller showing the depths of human depravity.