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."
A nice review of PAGAN SPRING appeared recently in the Denver Post:
"Pagan Spring" is sure to appeal to fans of mysteries done in the grand old style."
And the Richmond-Times Dispatch loves Pagan Spring, Fallen Women (Sandra Dallas), Poisoned Prose (Ellery Adams), and Duck the Halls (Donna Andrews). Of Pagan Spring, they write: "(Malliet's) readers can hope that summer is not too long a-coming in."
Thanks to friend Ellery for bringing this review to my attention. And thank you, Denver and Richmond! You were always two of my favorite towns, even before this!
Many thanks to Kirkus for this lovely review of the new Max Tudor mystery, PAGAN SPRING:
"A well-told tale whose greatest beauty, its charming cast of characters, binds together two generations."
Delighted by this reception for the third Max Tudor from Publishers Weekly.
The review opens: "Contemporary cozies don't get much better than Agatha-winner Malliet's third Max Tudor mystery." It ends "she's created well thought-out characters who are much more than stereotypes, and has added plenty of wry humor to boot."
The book is available for pre-order now, wherever you buy books.
Agatha Award-winning author of the DCI St. Just mysteries and the Father Max Tudor series. All books available everywhere and in all formats, including large print, e-Book, and audio. Standalone suspense Weycombe arrives 9-2017.