Tuesday, May 14, 2013

New Irish crime fiction releases



Over the past few days I've ordered three new Irish crime novels: Mark O'Sullivan's Crocodile Tears, Eoin Colfer's Screwed, and Alan Glynn's Graveland.  They're coming thick and fast at present, and if the initial reviews are anything to go by, they're all pretty damn good.   Also out this month is William Ryan's The Twelfth Department, which I've already read and reviewed.  Some good reading ahead, I sense.

3 comments:

jiescribano said...

I look forward to your reviews, Rob

col2910 said...

If Screwed is as good as Plugged, it will be a blast.

Rob Kitchin said...

Col, agreed.