“It’s pretty dark and gruesome. It’s convoluted in a Christie-style way but quite distinctive. It’s one of those books which very consciously references the golden age traditions, the great detective, the various ideas of clueing and red herrings and the twists, the surprise solution at the end. So it falls within the tradition but it remakes it at the same time. Soji has been very, very successful at doing that.” Read more...
The Best Golden Age Mysteries