Sat 23 July 2011, The Times

A Death in Summer by Benjamin Black

By Marcel Berlins
Benjamin Black’s eccentric pathologist hero smartens up his act in x I worry a bit about the Dublin pathologist Dr Quirke, the beguiling hero who came on to the scene when John Banville removed his Booker Prize-winner’s cloak and became the crime fiction writer Benjamin Black. At the beginning Quirke...
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