Minier delivers yet another absorbing thriller that will keep readers guessing until the final shocking pages...will entice fans of dark, gritty Scandinavian thrillers who will find Martin Servaz reminiscent of Jo Nesbø's Harry Hole
Bernard Minier's second novel A SONG FOR DROWNED SOULS confirms his status in the forefront of crime fiction's French renaissance...A gripping read
A super-accelerated version of a Hitchcock thriller, with thrills and shocks on nearly every page...Minier reels out lurid, quick and dirty prose, dirty enough to blacken the fingers as we read
Over the past few years, France has produced some of Europe's most striking and original crime novelists. Bernard Minier is up there with the best
Minier keeps the suspense watertight and the whiplash-like twists coming...a powerful psychological thriller and one of the zippiest reads of the year.
A publishing sensation in France, where it's rushed up the bestseller lists, this is Minier's first crime novel and this translation justifies its vast French reputation...With a villain possessing the intelligence of Thomas Harris's immortal Hannibal Lecter, this is great story-telling, with a creeping sense of dread that would not disgrace Stephen King at his best.