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New detective on the block - where does DC Max Wolfe fit into the crime genre?

Tony Parsons’ new detective DC Max Wolfe blazes onto the crime scene in the first novel of a trilogy called The Murder Bag. But what sort of detective is he? 461 more words


The Murder Bag - Tony Parsons

What’s it all about?:

The gripping first novel in an explosive new crime series by Tony Parsons, bestselling author of Man and Boy. If you like crime-novels by Ian Rankin and Peter James, you will love this. 668 more words

Book Reviews

Brutal killings in London - a review of The Murder Bag by Tony Parsons

The Murder Bag by Tony Parsons is an exciting new crime novel and the first in the DC Max Wolfe series.

A series of murders have been committed in London, all the victims went to school together and all have had their throats slit in the most brutal fashion. 142 more words


The Murder Bag by Tony Parsons

I’m always excited to meet a new fictional Detective, particularly one created by such a seasoned writer as Tony Parsons. Huge thanks to the publisher for providing me with a copy of this in exchange for an honest review – it jumped to the top of my reading pile! 648 more words

Book Review

Krimis, die man 2014 lesen sollte (XII)

Noch ein letztes Mal empfehle ich Krimis, die im Jahr 2014 neu erschienen sind. Bereits seit 1. Dezember sollte “MUC” der deutschen Autorin Anna Mocikat in den Regalen gutsortierter Buchhandlungen zu finden sein. 645 more words

Krimis, Die Man Lesen Sollte

The Dilemma is the Individual

Tony Parsons – ‘The Open Secret’ – Interview by Iain McNay

1:36 “The dilemma for the individual is not that the individual can’t get what it wants.   61 more words


Is Anyone Else Guilty About Not Reading Many Classic Novels?

At some point or other I’m sure we’ve all had someone say to us “I can’t believe you’ve never read <That Classic Book Everyone’s Supposed To Have Read>!!” I’m sure they’ve also given you an incredulous look, like they can’t believe you’ve managed to crawl through your entire life on your belly without reading your allocated quota of Penguin classics. 447 more words