Chris Smart


Books reviewed by Chris Smart

Cold Killers

An East End feud has the potential to lead to murder.

Reviewed on 02 September 2017 by Chris Smart

Sherlock Holmes and the Nine-Dragon Sigil

Sherlock Holmes and John Watson investigate a fiendish plot in Imperial China.

Reviewed on 19 August 2017 by Chris Smart

Never Alone

Sarah Carpenter lives alone in an isolated farmhouse, so when an old friend needs somewhere to stay, she’s happy to help. But not everything is as it seems

Reviewed on 08 July 2017 by Chris Smart

Mary Ann Cotton - Dark Angel: Britains First Female Serial Killer

A methodical account of the life of Mary Ann Cotton, the woman often labelled as Britain’s first female serial killer, which casts new light on that claim.

Reviewed on 24 December 2016 by Chris Smart

The Unravelling

Dysfunctional Karen Rothwell experiences flashbacks from her childhood that lead her on a psychological journey to remember and understand that lost childhood.

Reviewed on 29 October 2016 by Chris Smart

The Gingerbread House

When a series of brutal murders occur in central Stockholm within a short time, Detective Inspector Conny Sjöberg and the Hammarby police begin to suspect that there is a link between the deaths.

Reviewed on 22 March 2014 by Chris Smart