Sat 3 September 2011, The Times

The Bloody Meadow by William Ryan

By Marcel Berlins
The Holy Thief , set in Stalin’s Russia, was one of last year’s most impressive crime fiction debuts. The Bloody Meadow , William Ryan’s follow-up, does not disappoint. His hero, Captain Alexei Korolev, a detective in Moscow’s criminal investigation squad in the 1930s, dissatisfied and morose, manages to cling to...
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