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When We Fall

Two women and an airman with ice blue eyes are in jeopardy, and at the heart of this smart World War II thriller by Carolyn Kirby. Vee Katchatourian is a pilot ferrying new aircraft to RAF airfields in England when she meets Polish-born flier Stefan…
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The Fourth Courier

Written by Timothy Jay Smith — Take a walk back in time to Warsaw in 1992 with Timothy Jay Smith’s new crime thriller, The Fourth Courier. The Cold War has recently ended, but average citizens are struggling to make sense of the new economic realities….
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The Cypher Bureau

Written by Eilidh McGinness — Although readers around the world are familiar with the accomplishments of Alan Turing and the British code-breaking team at Bletchley Park – most recently popularized in the Benedict Cumberbatch movie, The Imitation Game – the substantial contribution of Polish mathematicians…
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Rage

Written by Zygmunt Miloszewski, translated by Antonia Lloyd-Jones — East European characters are plentiful in Western crime novels – usually as villains – and it is past the point of being a cliche. However, we don’t see many crime novels translated from that part of the world. This is…
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Interview: Zygmunt Miloszewski

We’d love to see a lot more mysteries from the former Eastern Bloc here on Crime Fiction Lover, and one of the authors leading the way is Poland’s Zygmunt Miloszewski. The Warsaw-based author has been gradually building up his reputation with English language readers and…
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A Man Without Breath

When David Prestidge reviewed the latest from Philip Kerr earlier this year, he called it “a modern masterpiece”. Central character Bernie Gunther is a cynical German cop. He has experienced hell on earth in The Great War, but the German invasion of Russia in 1941…
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