PrintReviews

Blood of the Oak

Written by Eliot Pattison — Blood of the Oak takes us back to Pennsylvania in 1765, when the British were still in control. Nominally. On the banks of the Susquehanna and Alegheny rivers, and further south in Virginia it’s not only the natives who are restless. A punitive…
Read more
News

What's the big Ordeal?

On the Radar — Jorn Lier Horst is catching up on Jo Nesbo and Karin Possum at the top table of Norwegian crime fiction. With a Glass Key award to his name, he returns with a new police procedural for his conscientious detective William Wisting…
Read more