Snow: Banville returns to his chilling tales with an evocative murder mystery

John Banville brings suspenseful plots and serene prose to this thoroughly enjoyable murder mystery

25th October, 2020
Snow: Banville returns to his chilling tales with an evocative murder mystery
John Banville: the writer may have put Benjamin Black to rest, but it appears that Detective Inspector St John Stafford will be back to solve more mysteries

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Snow

By John Banville

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