Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Just in Time for Holiday Buying

Following up on my most recent Kirkus Reviews column, in which I highlighted a variety of new crime, mystery, and thriller novels due out in September and October, this week’s column focuses on titles coming our way during the last two months of 2016. Those include a greatly expanded version of Max Allan Collins’ The Road to Perdition, the final entry in David Morrell’s trilogy of whodunits starring British essayist and notorious drug addict Thomas De Quincey, and Erle Stanley Gardner’s “lost” second entry in his underappreciated series starring Los Angeles private eyes Bertha Cool and Donald Lam. You’ll find my comments on these works, and more, by clicking here.

READ MORE:What’s New in Canadian Crime Fiction,” by Bill Selnes (Mysteries and More from Saskatchewan).

1 comment:

DKlein43 said...

Don't forget about this one, coming out in mid-October. I won it in a Goodreads book giveaway and really liked it. Crime on the Brooklyn waterfront during World War I. Gangs and dirty patrolmen and longshoreman union thugs and lots of blood. It's called Exile on Bridge Street