Banville’s Black is a dark delight

Elegy for April is Benjamin Black’s third book featuring Quirke, a pathologist in 1950s Dublin with an untidy personal history and a drink problem that he’s trying, without great enthusiasm, to shake off.

20th November, 2010

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