Category Archives: Don Winslow

My year in books: Angela Savage

Next up on the ‘my year in books’ series running on this site over December, is crime writer (and my long time partner) Angela Savage. Angela is the author of three highly acclaimed crime novels based in Thailand and featuring … Continue reading

My top crime reads of 2012

What’s the end of a year without a best of post? Recently, I was asked by UK site Crime Fiction Lover to list my top crime reads for 2012. They would only let me pick five, but obviously I’ve read … Continue reading

Book review: The Kings of Cool

The Kings of Cool is Don Winslow’s latest book. That’s the Don Winslow who wrote The Power of the Dog, Satori and Savages, the last of which has been made into what, by nearly all accounts, is an excellent film … Continue reading

Great crime reads set in Asia

Okay, I’ve sat patiently through the hype about Scandinavian crime fiction, which shows no sign of ending, only to read recently that the next big thing in crime fiction is central Europe. I keep thinking people will eventually discover Asia … Continue reading