When London based Polish private eye Janusz Kiszka’s close friend is violently murdered, he decides to track down those responsible. Meanwhile, Detective Natalie Kershaw is trying to find out the identity of an apparent suicide victim. As in Lipska’s previous novel, Where The Devil Can’t Go, their investigations collide. The second Kiszka & Kershaw crimeContinue reading “Recommended Read: Death Can’t Take A Joke by Anya Lipska”
One of my favourite crime fiction novels of 2012 was Anya Lipska‘s debut WHERE THE DEVIL CAN’T GO, which introduced the characters of Janusz Kiszka- a fixer/ unofficial private eye in London’s Polish community- and rookie cop D C Natalie Kershaw. You can read what I had to say about WHERE THE DEVIL CAN’T GOContinue reading “Death Can’t Take A Joke by Anya Lipska: Excerpt.”
One of my favourite crime novels of 2012 was Where The Devil Can’t Go by Anya Lipska. It tells the story of Janusz Kiszka, a Polish ex-pat who has been living in London for over twenty years. A man with a past he’d rather forget. Janusz is a ‘fixer’. A kind of unofficial Private Eye.Continue reading “Where The Devil Can’t Go by Anya Lipska – Update.”
Over at LUCA VESTE’S GUILTY CONSCIENCE, I’ve picked FIVE of my favourite crime novels of 2012. Pop over and have a gander to see what’s what.
Janusz Kiszka is a Polish ex-pat who has been living in London for over twenty years. A man with a past he’d rather forget. Janusz is a ‘fixer’. A kind of unofficial Private Eye. When he is asked by his priest to track down a missing Polish waitress it seems like a straightforward case of a youngContinue reading “Where The Devil Can’t Go by Anya Lipska”
PDB: Can you pitch WHERE THE DEVIL CAN’T GO in 25 words or less? This unusual mix of detective story and political thriller sees a fixer to London’s Polish community becoming entangled in the case of a murdered girl. PDB: Which books, films or television shows have floated your boat recently? Book: The Three Evangelists byContinue reading “Short, Sharp Interview: Anya Lipska”