Her entry begins:
Well, I love European crime in translation. I've been asked to interview the Norwegian writer Karin Fossum at Crime Fest in Bristol in June, so I've been re-reading her backlist and catching up on her most recent titles. Her new book Broken isn't really crime fiction, but it is very creepy. It's about the process of imagination, I think. About how writers write. [read on]The follow-up to Raven Black, White Nights, will be released this week in the UK and in September in the US.
Among the early praise for White Nights:
"In true Agatha Christie style, Cleeves once again pulls the wool over our eyes with cunning and conviction."Visit Cleeves's website and read her online diary.
"A most satisfying mystery set in an isolated and intriguing location."
The Page 99 Test: Raven Black.
Writers Read: Ann Cleeves.