Small Crimes: Tuesday Reads

The Tuesday edition of Small Crimes brings us Michael Pool, international crime fiction, Donna Leon, Deon Meyer, Jean-Patrice Manchette,Manu Joseph, Paul D. Brazill, All Due Respect, Ottessa Moshfegh, The New York Times, American Libraries, C.W. Blackwell, Shotgun Honey, Riku Onda, Alison Watts, and Bitter Lemon Press

A private investigator and mystery writer on the differences between being a real PI and writing a fictional one (Michael Pool)

New crime novels from Italy, S. Africa, France, and India by Donna Leon, Deon Meyer, Jean-Patrice Manchette, and Manu Joseph respectively (International Noir)

Paul D. Brazill has got the small town blues (All Due Respect)

Profile of Ottessa Moshfegh (The New York Times)

How libraries will reopen (American Libraries)

Short Story: “We Take Care of Our Own” by C.W. Blackwell (Shotgun Honey)

“The Aosawa Murders” by Riku Onda, translated by Alison Watts (Bitter Lemon Press)

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