Somehow I missed Marilyn Stasio’s column over the weekend, where she reviews the newest crime fiction by Mo Hayder, Cara Black, Massimo Carlotto, Jean-Claude Izzo, Fredrich Glauser & David Goodis.
Patrick Anderson enjoys Adrian McKinty’s THE BLOOMSDAY DEAD a great deal for its black humor and high body count.
Raymond Foster tells you everything you ever wanted to know about women police writers, fiction and non-fiction.
Agence France-Press talks with Gianrico Carofiglio about his latest legal thriller, A WALK IN THE DARK.
David Montgomery has his say on Kathryn Harrison’s NYTBR review and whether crime fiction’s characters compare with literary fiction.
Sue Turnbull makes a case for Garry Disher, Australian’s “more quiet” crime fiction practitioner.
Minnesota Public Radio spoke with John Banville about his pseudonymous creation, CHRISTINE FALLS.
And finally, semi-identical twins? Very very cool.