This time on the Kirkus blog, by J. Kingston Pierce, who is also editor of The Rap Sheet. The verdict? “Mannequin is rewardingly abundant in quirky episodes and oddball players still unaccustomed to the early 20th century’s altered mores. Quinn definitely deserves a third outing.” Read the full review here.
The Rap Sheet
An early Christmas present for me, having A Razor Wrapped in Silk chosen by The Rap Sheet‘s editor J. Kingston Pierce as one of his best books of 2010, here. According to his review, “Morris is a deft plotter with an equal flair for historical atmospherics.” Thanks, JKP!
The first one is on Sydney Jones‘ terrific blog about “mysteries with a sense of place”, Scene of the Crime. Thanks to Sydney for making me think carefully about the sense of place in my writing. I’d also like to thank Mike Jacob and Daniela de Gregorio, who are together Michael Gregorio, for putting Sydney …