Interview with Amanda Hellberg

Amanda Hellberg’s first novel “Abomination” was very well received by the critics, and her latest novel “Death on a Pale Horse” has also received good reviews. Amanda, welcome to TheCrimeHouse! Thank you so much! In addition to writing suspense novels … Continue reading

Death on a Pale Horse by Amanda Hellberg

Supernatural in Oxford When Maja Grå was a young girl her mom disappeared without a trace and a year or so later her dad passed away. Maja, who despite this fared pretty well during childhood, has been accepted to a … Continue reading

Lost River by Stephen Booth

Personal Problems in Focus A warm summer day in Derbyshire is ruined when a young girl falls and drowns in shallow waters. Detective Constable Ben Cooper is the first to arrive at the scene but is not able to revive … Continue reading

The Anatomy of Ghosts by Andrew Taylor

England in the 18th Century During one year John Holdsworth loses both his son and wife in tragic drowning accidents. Shortly thereafter his economy is so strained that he is forced to sell both his bookstore and his home. John … Continue reading

The Venetian Betrayal by Steve Berry

This is the third book about Cotton Malone, a former American agent who has retired in Copenhagen and now works in a bookstore. Storyline Berry has tried to cram as much as possible into the storyline: double agents, historical facts, … Continue reading

Bad Boy by Peter Robinson

A woman comes to the police station in Eastvale and asks to talk to her old neighbor, Detective Chief Inspector Alan Banks. Unfortunately Banks is on vacation to recover after several demanding incidents. His closest colleague, Annie Cabbot, talks to … Continue reading

The Summons by John Grisham

Law professor Ray Atlee is put to the test when he receives a letter from his father, Judge Atlee. During Ray’s entire childhood the Judge only lived for his job, and not his family. The father, now a very old … Continue reading