Laura Lippman’s latest pays homage to noir classics; Robert Harris uses the 1938 Munich Pact as a backdrop to his latest thriller
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.
Reviewer Adam Woog looks at Seattle writer Robin Oliveira’s engrossing “Winter Sisters” and Karen Cleveland’s swift and sure-footed debut, “Need to Know.”
Two charming new mysteries; one local, one set overseas.
Crime-fiction critic Adam Woog looks at “Sleep No More,” a slim volume of six masterful tales of crime and psychological suspense by the much-honored English...