Are you looking for something new to read over the next three summer months, something you can be sure will be worth your time? My top 10 picks, from both sides of the Atlantic, are featured today on the Kirkus Reviews site. Among my choices are Gerald Elias’ Death and Transfiguration, Tana French’s Broken Harbor, Don Winslow’s The Kings of Cool, and Ariel S. Winter’s The Twenty-Year Death.
You’ll find my full Kirkus column here.
READ MORE: “Top 10: A Summer of Crime,” by RoughJustice (Crime Fiction Lover); “Looking Ahead: New 2012 Crime Fiction Novels,” by Keishon (Yet Another Crime Fiction Blog); “Summertime, When the Reading Is Easy,” by B.V. Lawson (In Reference to Crime).