Reviews

Eric Boss reviews TRUTH WORTH TELLING

This broad-ranging collection of meditations on the state of the world and the people in it is interesting, enlightening and carries with it a larger meaning for our time. Evident throughout is a deep respect for those inhabiting our planet, from the offices of the

Eric Boss reviews THE 7½ DEATHS OF EVELYN HARDCASTLE

Stuart Turton’s labyrinthine mystery has been awarded the 2019 Strand Critics Award for a debut novel, a well-deserved honor and no surprise to anyone who has already read it. It is just about the most complex whodunit around, rivalling in intricacy Dorothy Sayers’ rail-schedule-tide-table-multiple-suspect conundrums.

Eric Boss reviews THE PAST IS NEVER

This moody, haunting and affecting story of good and evil in the rural South is presented with great skill and feeling, so much so that the reader experiences alternating horror and joy. A tale of tragedy, revenge, redemption, kindness, yearning to belong and the compulsion