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Tokyo Express by Seichō Matsumoto

Translated by Jesse Kirkwood –– Penguin’s new translation of Seichō Matsumoto‘s classic Tokyo Express is both modern and respectful of the original Japanese text from 1958, with the action taking place a little earlier in 1957. It’s a book you can immerse yourself in –…
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Interview: David Adams Cleveland

Out today we have a new novel that will delight fans of historical crime fiction and the espionage genre. Gods of Deception is a 928-page epic written by David Adams Cleveland, and it delves deep into what was one of the biggest trials of the…
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Deep as Death by Katja Ivar

In this second book by Katja Ivar featuring investigator Hella Mauzer, it’s February 1953 in Helsinki, Finland, and someone believes that this cold, dark, snowy period is a propitious time to continue a nasty habit of murdering prostitutes. In the region there’s no shortage of…
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The Coldest Warrior

Written by Paul Vidich — The boundaries between espionage and crime fiction sometimes can be murky and hard to define, and other times clear as day. The Coldest Warrior is one of those spy novels that has elements that could be taken straight out of…
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