Jeremy Megraw: Top five books of 2016

A perennial love affair with Nordic noir is once again reflected in my top five, but the 2016 list includes two marvelous gems with locales set well outside Scandinavia, including a steamy, high-octane thriller set in Pnomh Penh and a mafia vendetta tale set in turn-of-the-century Brooklyn. 5…
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The Dying Detective

Written by Leif GW Persson, translated by Neil Smith — As retired detective Lars Martin Johansson, a living legend in the Swedish National Police Force, approaches his favourite hot dog kiosk in Stockholm, he hasn’t a care in the world except to savour his favorite lunch ritual….
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The Shut Eye, and more...

On the Radar — Top UK author Belinda Bauer is back with her latest – The Shut Eye – and we also have new releases from Clare Donoghue, and Costello and Richards. From cosy to psychological, from East End to France and Sweden, there’s something…
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