Crime Fiction Pick of the Month May 2013


Kerrie at Mysteries in Paradise invites us to write a summary post to identify the best crime fiction read every month.

Kerrie en Mysteries in Paradise nos invita a escribir una entrada resumen para identificar la mejor novela negra leída cada mes.

At The Game’s Afoot I’ve read and reviewed the following books during May 2013.

En The Game’s Afoot he leído y reseñado los siguientes libros en mayo de 2013.

  • Reasonable Doubts (Bitter Lemon Press, 2007). Translated by Howard Curtis. First published as Ragionevoli dubbi , 2006, by Gianrico Carofiglio.****
  • The Kelly Affair (Atlantis Lite Editions, 2012). Kindle Edition, by Paul D, Brazill.****
  • March Violets (Penguin Books, 2004). Paperback edition, by Philip Kerr.****
  • Stiffed (Snubnose Press, 2013). Kindle Edition., by Rob Kitchin.****
  • Las flores de Baudelaire (Editorial Alrevés, 2012). Kindle edition, by Gonzalo Garrido.***
  • Eleven Days (Faber & Faber, 2013). Kindle edition, by Stav Sherez.***

https://i2.wp.com/img1.fantasticfiction.co.uk/images/n9/n46630.jpgAnd my choice is March Violets by Philip Kerr.

Y mi elección es Violetas de marzo de Philip Kerr.

See HERE the suggestions made by other fellow participants in this meme.

Vean AQUÍ las sugerencias hechas por otros participantes en este meme.

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4 thoughts on “Crime Fiction Pick of the Month May 2013

  1. José Ignacio – I couldn’t agree with you more. March Violets is a fabulous book with solid characters, a very well-done noir atmosphere and a good mystery too. I’m glad you enjoyed it as much as you did.

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