Monday, October 31, 2016
Out just in time for Halloween reading is Mike Ripley’s latest “Getting Away with Murder” column for Shots. This predicatably witty edition includes notes about the publication of Anthony Horowitz’s new Magpie Murders; F.R. (Frank) Tallis’ The Passenger, “the story of a haunted Nazi U-boat in the North Atlantic in 1941”; a coming BBC-TV mini-series based on Len Deighton’s 1978 alternative-history thriller, SS-GB; Marco Vichi’s new Inspector Bordelli mystery, Death in the Tuscan Hills; and another fresh (in the UK, anyway) release, Mark Mills’ Where Dead Men Meet. Click here for the full rundown.
Posted by J. Kingston Pierce at 12:21 PM