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Death on a Galician shore – Domingo Villar

I have already visited Spain in the course of my crime fiction ‘world tour’, and thoroughly enjoyed authors as  different as Manuel Vazquez Montalban and Alicia Gimenez Bartlett. Yet I couldn’t resist the temptation to add Domingo Villar to my collection, for three reasons. Firstly because he writes in gallego (Galician), a hybrid language which ...
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Inspector Singh Investigates: A Most Peculiar Malaysian Murder – Shamini Flint

Around the world with crime fiction: my ‘tour’ aimed at reading crime novels from authors from as many different countries as possible – it’s now 21 countries… about 180 still to explore for crimes and criminals – has brought me to Malaysia, the birthplace of writer Shamini Flint. She enjoyed a successful legal career and ...
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