Unjustly overlooked

A few weeks ago J. Kingston Pierce, editor of the crime fiction literary blog The Rap Sheet, asked writers and reviewers to nominate “one crime, mystery, or thriller novel” they felt was unjustly overlooked. I wrote about a British paperback I’d discovered on one of my used-bookstore prowls many years ago, P. M. Hubbard‘s High Tide.

Read about it here and check out nominations from more than 100 other crime fiction authorities including writers George Pelecanos, Michael Connelly and Ian Rankin and critics Tom Nolan and Adam Woog.

Author: Karen Anderson

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