Edited by the legendary MAXIM JAKUBOWSKI and includes my Warsaw set noir yarn RED ESPERANTO. (If you enjoy that BTW, pick up A CASE OF NOIR to see what happens next!) […]
One of my favourite crime fiction novels of 2012 was Anya Lipska‘s debut WHERE THE DEVIL CAN’T GO, which introduced the characters of Janusz Kiszka- a fixer/ unofficial private eye […]
Kasia Martell was born in Poland and lives in Spain. All photographs (c) Kasia Martell.
Poland is a country that has certainly been no stranger to austerity and has subsequently produced some cracking, hard-hitting crime dramas. Here are a few of my faves. Edi (2002) […]
One of my favourite crime novels of 2012 was Where The Devil Can’t Go by Anya Lipska. It tells the story of Janusz Kiszka, a Polish ex-pat who has been […]
The spectacle of footballers taking time out from training for Euro 2012 to visit the Nazi death camps was, to say the least, unsettling. Who, I wonder, […]
Janusz Kiszka is a Polish ex-pat who has been living in London for over twenty years. A man with a past he’d rather forget. Janusz is a ‘fixer’. A kind […]