Soho International Crime Club

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Books by month:

January 2021: Sleep Well, My Lady by Kwei Quartey

February 2021: Wedding Station by David Downing (Subscriber Bonus: Zoo Station by David Downing)

March 2021: Tower of Babel by Michael Sears

April 2021: Dead of Winter by Stephen Mack Jones

May 2021: The Prodigal Daughter by Mette Ivie Harrison (Subscriber Bonus: The Bishop’s Wife by Mette Ivie Harrison)

June 2021: The Bombay Prince by Sujata Massey

July 2021: Clark and Division by Naomi Hirahara (Subscriber Bonus: The Walkaway by Scott Phillips)

August 2021: The Bitter Taste of Murder by Camilla Trinchieri

September 2021: The House of Ashes by Stuart Neville

October 2021: Diamond and the Eye by Peter Lovesey (Subscriber Bonus: An Elderly Lady Must Not Be Crossed by Helene Tursten)

November 2021: Death Under the Perseids by Teresa Dovalpage

December 2021:  Dolphin Junction: Stories by Mick Herron

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“Downing is a master at recreating historical and political detail. People, places, clothing, and manners are so accurately depicted the reader comes to feel as if they were living in the early 1920s.”
—Deadly Pleasures
“These days Scandinavian crime writers are thick on the ground. It's nice to see that the women can be just as bloodthirsty as the men.”
—The New York Times Book Review