Many thanks for this wonderful review of A DEMON SUMMER from the Richmond-Times Dispatch: "Malliet continues her elegant and entertaining series, one that discerning fans of the genre will find stimulating, rewarding — and a ton of fun."
... for the nice mention of Max Tudor/A DEMON SUMMER on her blog: "You know I’m a fan of G.M. Malliet, and A Demon Summer is more of a return to the roots of the series." Read more about Max and about
I am overwhelmed and grateful for this review in The Plain Dealer by Laura DeMarco: "A Demon Summer" makes the case that [Malliet] may be the best mystery author writing in English at the moment (along with Tana French).
Considering French's gift for gorgeous language, I am immensely flattered by this. Thank you, Cleveland.com! Full review on The Plain Dealer website.
Read the first chapter of A DEMON SUMMER here (scroll about halfway down the page). This book is available for pre-order now. It will be on sale for real on October 9.
“Entertaining . . . The ending with a traditional gathering of the subjects will please Golden Age fans.” Publishers Weekly
With Davina Porter narrating, this book originally published by Midnight Ink is receiving new notice (thank you, Davina)! It also was nominated earlier this year for an Audie award. Wishing you fantastic good luck at Bouchercon this November, Davina, when the winners will be announced.
From Sound Commentary: "Michael Page's excellent reading captures the charming personality of likeable Vicar Max and all the other characters, good and bad, as well. The author has a gift for beautifully descriptive language that adds another dimension for the listener to enjoy."
Thanks to reviewer Norma Dancis, writing in Deadly Pleasures Mystery Magazine:
"This is the best entry so far in the series by an Agatha-winning author. It is a delight to read. Malliet offers well-drawn characters and witty, irreverent writing."
This lovely review of A FATAL WINTER. Thank you! (Wish I were there to enjoy the sunshine and get in a little snorkeling time!) http://staugnews.com/the-hero-from-wicked-autumn-is-back/
This is so clever I thought I'd pass it along. The idea of revisiting where you were a year ago, five years ago - sounds hopeful and optimistic, doesn't it?
Blog - G.M. Malliet
Agatha Award-winning author of the DCI St. Just mysteries and the Father Max Tudor series, which starts with Wicked Autumn. All books are available everywhere and in all formats, including large print, e-Book, and audio.