top of page
  • Ric Brady

Classic Crime

I’m a crime writer, so it shouldn’t surprise you that I read a lot of crime fiction.

In March, I read E.C.R. Lorac’s ‘Post After Post-Mortem’. I found a copy in the Grove Bookshop in Ilkley when I was last in Yorkshire.

Originally released in 1936, the British Library published this latest edition last year as part of their Crime Classics series. 'Post After Post-Mortem' is well worth reading.

The characters are fully fleshed out, and the prose is elegant (which makes me want to refine my own). Although some of the elements in the book are slightly dated now, the story was gripping, and it held my attention until the end.

What more could I ask for?

If you’re looking for some classic crime stories, I suggest you check these out.

5 views0 comments


bottom of page