REVIEWS 2020

JANUARY

Jesper Stein- Die For Me

Doug Johnstone- A Dark Matter 

2020 Petrona Award For Best Scandinavian Crime Novel of the Year

FEBRUARY

Jorn Lier Horst/ Thomas Enger- Death Deserved

Seishi Yokomizo- The Honjin Murders

Seishi Yokomizo- The Inugami Curse

Chris McDonald- A Wash Of Black

C. J. Skuse- The Alibi Girl

Kate Atkinson- Big Sky

Monisha Rajesh- Around,The World In 80 Trains

Sigri Sandberg- An Ode To Darkness

MARCH

Riku Onda- The Aosawa Murders

Michael Farris Smith- Blackwood

Vanda Symon- Containment

Amy Engel- The Familiar Dark

APRIL

Alan Parks- Bobby March Will Live Forever

A. Yi – Two Lives: Tales of Life, Love and Crime

Trevor Wood- The Man On The Street

Marion Brunet- Summer Of Reckoning

Vaseem Khan- Bad Day At The Vulture Club

Kjell Ola Dahl- Sister

MAY

Russell Day- King Of The Crows

Author Spotlight- Anna Jaquiery

Iain Maitland- The Scribbler

Eva Bjorg Aegisdottir- The Creak On The Stairs

Helen Fitzgerald- Ash Mountain

20 Books Of Summer 2020

JUNE

Gabriel Bergmoser- The Hunted

Craig Robertson- Watch Him Die

Lesley Kelly- The Health Of Strangers

David Jackson- The Resident

Rod Reynolds- Blood Red City

JULY

Eve Smith- The Waiting Rooms

Quentin Bates- Cold Malice

Nick Bradley- The Cat And The City

Awais Khan- In The Company Of Strangers

Judith O’Reilly- Killing State

Andrew James Greig- Whirligig

Tom Bale- Survive

Helen Callaghan- Night Falls, Still Missing

Doug Johnstone- The Big Chill

AUGUST

Chris Carter- Written In Blood