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Giles Blunt

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Books by Giles Blunt
Crime Machine (2010)
3.78 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: It is getting harder and harder to track down books by Giles Blunt. I guess he is just published in Canada now and not in the US. Too bad, because his series set in northern Canada is filled with interesting characters and his mysteries are both interesting and intelligent. Th...
Until the Night (2012)
3.86 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: This novel is a race-to-the-finish detective thriller. It is masterfully woven together with so many separate threads and subplots, that I plunged into the second stretch wondering how they could possibly intersect and be resolved. I was not disappointed. I did however chose the ...
Eismord (2013)
3.79 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: Giles Blunt maintains his high quality of writing in this mystery. He plays with point of view, letting the reader in on the killers' identity early on with the exception of a hold back, which I suspected early on. The relationship between Delorme and Cardinal is finely drawn as ...
No Such Creature (2008)
3.3 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: I'm a big fan of the author's Cardinal series, but this isn't that. Indeed, I'm not sure what this is. It starts off as a caper book, but it's not intricate or funny enough to be that. It has a gangster in it, but it's really not a gangster book. There's no mystery whatsoever. It...
Unschuldslämmer: Eine Gangster-Komödie (2010)
3.3 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: A very good read that sure is different from the rest of Giles Blunt's books but is definitely worth reading! I really enjoyed reading every bit of this story with some scenes being very humorous and with some of the twists being very suspicious, like were they true or just anot...
Breaking Lorca (2009)
3.58 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: Breaking Lorca is a deeply disturbing book. The scenes of torture, violence and rape (mostly during the El Salvadoran civil war) are described in graphic, heartrending detail. However, this novel’s bleak cynicism and dark plot is not overwhelming. The scenes of pure humanity, the...
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