Irish Crime Fiction in Good Health (2)

Thanks to a comment by Declan Burke, I can add to my previous post the following crime writers (the titles are the result of my search):

My Life as a Book 2011

This is a fun meme hosted this year by Pop Culture Ned. All you have to do is finished sentences about yourself using only books read in 2011 and leave your answers in the comments at Pop Culture Ned. I couldn’t resist again this year. Meme: My Life as a Book 2010.

  • One time at band/summer camp, I: (was an) Involuntary Witness (Gianrico Carofiglio)
  • Weekends at my house are: (an) Entanglement (Zygmunt Miloszewski)
  • My neighbour is: Unseen (Mari Jungstedt)
  • My boss is: The Abominable Man (Maj Sjöwall & Per Wahlöö)
  • My ex was: Red Wolf (Liza Marklund)
  • My superhero secret identity is: Lennox (Craig Russell)
  • You wouldn’t like me when I’m angry because: (I don’t have) Mercy (Jussi Adler-Olsen)
  • I’d win a gold medal in: Bad Intentions (Karin Fossum)
  • I’d pay good money for: (a visit to) Devil’s Peak (Deon Meyer)
  • If I were president, I: (would last) Three Seconds (Anders Roslund & Börge Hellström)
  • When I don’t have good books, I:  (am in) An Uncertain Place (Fred Vargas) 
  • Loud talkers at the movies should be: Echoes from the Dead (Johan Theorin)

Irish Crime Fiction in Good Health

Following Brian McGilloway’s article dated 22 April 2009 in guardian.co.uk, just have a look at the following tittles:

Pretty impressive, isn’t it?

And I’m sure I forgot someone else