Monday, July 02, 2018

Ripley’s Always Game

With the advent of July comes Mike Ripley’s latest “Getting Away with Murder’ column for Shots. This installment features notes about Ripley’s interview with MI5’s former director general, Stella Rimington; a wrap-up of “girl running/walking away” covers; mention of new books by Caro Ramsay, Ace Atkins, Ann Granger, and Zoë Sharp; newly reissued works in Christopher Bush’s Ludovic Travers crime series; and a short review of Jim Kelly’s The Great Darkness, set during Britain’s first general blackout of World War II and featuring his bright light-averse detective inspector, Eden Brooke.

You’ll find all of those attractions and more here.

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