Dead Land – Sara Paretsky


I have read (almost) all of Sara Paretsky’s VI Warshawski novels and fell in love with them from the first one I read.  There are so many facets to Vic and she is always getting herself embroiled in complicated issues which can typically address anything political, sexist, racist and corrupt in society.

This story is no different and I felt it was one of the best novels by this author with VI taking on a whole series of dangerous challenges, almost getting herself killed on more than one occasion.

The story is tense and looks back at South America and Chile’s history of terror under Pinochet, where numerous people disappeared, noting that the regime was supported by the USA.

Many thanks to NetGalley, Hodder & Stoughton and Sara Paretsky for my ARC in return for my honest review.

Another excellent read from this author.  Highly recommended.






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