Review of The Crimes of Hector Tomas in Atlantic Books Today


Atlantic Books Today reviews Ian Colford’s The Crimes of Hector Tomás

“Colford paints a vivid portrait of a once grand but decaying city and of the family that mirrors the same fate… the novel is both ambitious and successful and its cast is full of colourful and interesting characters such as Enrique, the patriarch who is blissfully above all cares even while his choices cause misery to those around him, and Nadia, originally from Poland, who provides an outsider’s view on the culture.” Read the review.

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