takes a look at Mike Cooper’s engrossing heist novel “The Downside” and Colin Cotterill’s “The Rat Catchers’ Olympics,” starring Dr. Siri Paiboun.
Adam Woog spent decades writing books for middle-school students, mostly biography and history, before sliding into a late-life career as a preschool teacher. Woog and his wife live in Seattle, and they have a grown daughter. He has been writing a crime fiction column for The Seattle Times since forever.
A murder mystery set in Minnesota and a dark psychological thriller in Ireland offer two hard-to-put-down summer reads.
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Travel to 1500s Prague, post-World War I Calcutta and 19th-century Montana Territory in this roundup of new crime fiction.
Need a little mystery to go with your iced tea? Try one of these.