Monthly Archives: January 2018

The Quantum Spy by David Ignatius

The Quantum Spy is the most recent offering from David Ignatius. Ignatius is a novelist and a journalist from the USA.  He studied at Harvard University and King’s College, Cambridge in the UK. He has been given many awards including, … Continue reading

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Polar Star by Martin Cruz Smith

After readying Gorky Park, I couldn’t wait to read the next in the Arkady Renko series, Polar Star. Arkady Renko had made many enemies. He had been the top investigator in Moscow, but now, his party membership removed, he was … Continue reading

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The Silk Stocking Murders by Anthony Berkeley

The Silk Stocking Murders by Anthony Berkeley, was first published in 1928 and is one of Berkeley’s earliest novels. Born, Anthony Berkeley Cox in Watford in 1893 he attended Sherborne School and University College in Oxford. Like many of his … Continue reading

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