If you buy all these, you'll be as poor as me. But happy. Though that generally doesn't wash with the bank man. Trust me, I've tried it.
Tag: Olen Steinhauer
Review: The Cairo Affair
The Cairo Affair by Olen Steinhauer My rating: 3 of 5 stars I must admit to having been more than a little non-plussed by this one. I did, against my usual better judgement, quickly see a few very good reviews before I read it. So my disappointment was multiplied accordingly. Problem is, the politics down Cairo-way, is so … Continue reading Review: The Cairo Affair
Review: Spies of The Balkans
Spies of The Balkans by Alan Furst My Rating: 4 of 5 Stars "So, don't trust the telephone. Or the newspapers. Or the radio. Or tomorrow." Spies of the Balkans is a subtle and thoroughly satisfying story of war-time, Second World War-time, set in Greece, in Salonika, in 1940 - the early, confused, months of … Continue reading Review: Spies of The Balkans
Review: Victory Square
Victory Square by Olen Steinhauer My rating: 4 of 5 stars What had confused me more than once while reading this and others in the series, is whether the three of them are set in a fictional East European country, or I’ve just missed - or been too stupid to put two and two together, … Continue reading Review: Victory Square
Review: The Istanbul Variations
Not enough. Even in Istanbul.
Review: Gospel Truths – J.G. Sandom
How does it end? It's a mystery!
Review: Vienna Assignment – Olen Steinhauer
Atmospheric, intriguing and thought-provoking