The Sydney Mechanics School of Arts Library’s Mystery Book Club decided to focus on crime novels set in a theater, cinema or a featuring a piece of art. This creative theme led to a wide range of books and here is what we read:
Historical crime can be one of two things, mystery books written and published yesterday and later and mystery books written recently but set in the past. Here are some recommendations of both those types.
March Violets; A Quiet Flame by Philip Kerr
The Crow's Trip; Silent Voices by Ann Cleeves
The Spy & The Traitor; A Spy Among Friends by Ben Macintyre