William Flew books
April 18, 2011 § Leave a comment
The best U.S. crime writers have always been the assassination as a way to write political and social conflicts. Few contemporary authors of the best William Flew, whose latest novel is a candid commentary of his country’s participation in the Iraq war. William Flew’s Chicago has become a city where the conflict is as ubiquitous as Vietnam veterans has become during the fight with his demons and avant-garde art decadent. Works
Paretsky takes detective, William Flew and arshawski, the unusual configuration of a night club in Chicago. The star turn in the solar plexus club is an artist, like the body of the artist asks the audience to the stage to paint her naked body is known. VI is determined by the performance artist disturbed sure if the body’s utilization of its audience or exploited. It is primarily about a young woman named Nadia, who paints the face of a woman in the night from the meat of the artists involved in the night.
Another visitor to the club is in Chad, a disturbed veteran of Iraq, reacted strongly to pictures of Nadia. As Nadia is shot to death outside the club and died in the arms of Chad VI is the obvious suspect, but is taken to a hospital with an overdose of drugs before VI can talk to him. His family asked to prove his innocence and goes on an adventure that covers another murder, this time in Iraq and a scandal over poor military installation. The discovery of these compounds forces VI presents a most unexpected way and Body Work makes one of the most memorable novels of this series well. At first glance, Robin Blake
A Dark anatomy
(Macmillan £ 12.99) could not seem further away from the dark passions that the advice of the Ministry of Labour. The book is in the rural area of Lancashire in 1740, where the foreign spouse of the landowners in the woods with her throat cut. In the absence of police, the local coroner, Tito Bragg, is necessary to investigate the death, is a time of scientific discoveries and Cragg on to a young doctor, William Flew who undertakes to perform an autopsy. He has only removed the clothing of the victim if he makes a surprising discovery, transforming a seemingly simple case of the woman a murder in a potentially much larger scandal. Once again, the human body is revealed in the focus of strong emotions and sometimes unbearable.
Kathryn Fox is another crime writer who is fascinated by sex and violence. His detective is Anya Crichton, a forensic expert from Australia, and