Sunday, May 16, 2010

EUROCRIME REVIEW: THE INFORMER: CRAIG NOVA


I do read a lot of books that are not historical crime fiction, but sometimes that does not appear to be the case. I certainly do enjoy historical crime fiction especially when the writer has taken care to do careful research, and create a believable atmosphere.

In The Informer by Craig Nova "you can smell the cigars, sausages and perfumes of Weimar Berlin."

4 Comments:

Blogger Margot Kinberg said...

Norman - Thanks for the lovely review. I actually like it when you review historical mysteries, because I like them very much, myself. This one goes on my TBR list ('though I confess I'm not exactly sure how long it'll be 'till I get to it : ( ).

3:55 PM  
Blogger NancyO said...

I really enjoyed this book and I'm happy to see others like it as well. Thanks for the pointer to the great review.

5:00 PM  
Blogger Uriah Robinson said...

Thanks Margot and Nancy.
TBR piles breed rapidly and when two non-blogging friends heard I was incapacitated they sent and brought round two very thick non-fiction books as presents!

6:27 AM  
Blogger Michele Emrath said...

Love historical mysteries! Am wrapping in some history into my current MS...We'll see how it goes!

Michele
SouthernCityMysteries

12:33 PM  

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