Category Archives: Martin Walker

Review: Bruno, Chief of Police by Martin Walker

As always when I hit a bit of a rough patch in the reading department (more about that later) I turned to a recommendation from the ever-reliable Maxine for something that I could nearly guarantee would be a good read. … Continue reading

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Crime Fiction Alphabet: F is for France

Given that Paris is the location for what is (arguably) the world’s first detective story I thought France would be a suitable topic for this week’s contribution to the Crime Fiction Alphabet. I’ve chosen a mixture of books by French … Continue reading

Posted in Cara Black, Crime Fiction Alphabet, Dominique Manotti, Edgar Allan Poe, France, Fred Vargas, Georges Simenon, J Robert Jane, Jean-Patrick Machette, John Dickson Carr, list, Martin Walker, Quinn Fawcett, Tonino Benacqusita, Xavier-Marie Bonnot | 12 Comments