The 2011 Eastern European Reading Challenge


The 2011 Eastern European Reading Challenge, hosted by Amy at The Black Sheep Dances, has three different levels. I chose to participate at the tourist one which requires me to read 4 books over the 12 months period. I’m behind this one since I have only read one:

I’m planning to read soon:

  • The Widow Killer by Pavel Kohout (Czech Republic)

But need your assistance to add two more titles to my list. Your comments are welcome.

Wonder why Greece is not included, have a couple of books by Petros Markaris that should qualify, just look at the map.

2 thoughts on “The 2011 Eastern European Reading Challenge”

  1. If you want to try a different take on crime novels then try Boris Akunin. Russian author who has written a series of books featuring Erast Fandorin, all set in the latter half of the 19th century. I have read two, the Winter Queen and The Turkish Gambit. Both are very good and quite different from most currrent crime novels.

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