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The end of Detroit
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Stockholm syndrome

Stockholm syndrome

Shabnam Minwalla | March 31, 2012
Jens Lapidus is referred as Sweden's No. 1 bestselling thriller writer.
Catching up with Salinger

Catching up with Salinger

Shabnam Minwalla | March 17, 2012
The writer, who was responsible for some of the best-known and most unsettling characters in American literature, spent much of his life hiding from…
paranormal romance
Virtual heroine

Virtual heroine

Shabnam Minwalla | February 18, 2012
A paranormal romance by a writer who has already sold 1. 5 million books.
V is for Vengeance
Alphabet soup

Alphabet soup

Shabnam Minwalla | February 11, 2012
Broken noses and boredom are the standard hazards of detective work, especially if Kinsey Millhone is any indication.
murder mystery
Messing with Jane Austen

Messing with Jane Austen

Shabnam Minwalla | January 7, 2012
Jane Austen is my favourite author. Pride and Prejudice is a book that I read at least once a year.
paperback policeman
Return of the Fox

Return of the Fox

Shabnam Minwalla | December 24, 2011
Malcolm Fox is not interested in drinking himself to death.
The House of Silk
The Return of Holmes

The Return of Holmes

Shabnam Minwalla | December 10, 2011
An authorised resurrection of Sherlock Holmes is faithful to Conan Doyle.
Lit Chicks
Frankly, my dear, she never gave a damn

Frankly, my dear, she never gave a damn

Shabnam Minwalla | November 26, 2011
'Gone with the Wind' recently celebrated its 75th birthday. And, even after all these years, Scarlett O'Hara ranks high on every list…
The big chill

The big chill

Shabnam Minwalla | November 26, 2011
Scandinavian crime fiction rides the Stieg Larsson wave.
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The Floating Admiral: Thirteen devious minds

The Floating Admiral: Thirteen devious minds

Shabnam Minwalla | November 12, 2011
Mystery novels do more than tell a story. They also throw up enjoyable challenges — allowing keen-eyed connoisseurs to spot sequins in the…
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