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April Smith, “North of Montana”

Evidently I have read April Smith’s series of Ana Grey murder mysteries in reverse order. The drawback to this is that I am piecing together Ana’s psychology in the wrong direction, along with the dynamics of some of her office … Continue reading

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April Smith, “Good Morning, Killer”

April Smith’s Good Morning, Killer has made me think hard about the creepiness factor in crime novels. Actually, it might have been reading Smith back to back with Lee Child — I have just experienced a lot of mayhem at … Continue reading

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April Smith, “Judas Horse”

It’s very clear from April Smith’s White Shotgun that she’s a talented writer with a gift for plot, setting, and character. It was thus interesting – and a little disappointing – to learn from her preceding novel Judas Horse that … Continue reading

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April Smith, “White Shotgun”

It’s a great title, isn’t it? “White shotgun” is apparently the term used in Italy when someone vanishes and no trace remains, no body, no documents…. nothing. As we are told in the first chapter, this is the result when … Continue reading

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