Crime Fiction on a Euro Pass: Turkey

The last stop on Kerrie’s Crime Fiction on a Euro Pass is Turkey. The challenge has been to write posts linked to the country of the week. This time I’ve focused on the British author:

Barbara Nadel

Born in the East End of London, Barbara Nadel trained as an actress before becoming a writer. Now writing full-time, she has previously worked as a public relations officer for the National Schizophrenia Fellowship’s Good Companion Service and as a mental health advocate for the mentally disordered in a psychiatric hospital. She has also worked with sexually abused teenagers and taught psychology in schools and colleges, and is currently the patron of a charity that cares for those in emotional and mental distress.

She has been a regular visitor to Turkey for more than twenty years.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barbara_Nadel

Her Turkish crime novels feature Inspector Cetin Ikmen. The list below is from Fantastic Fiction

1. Belshazzar’s Daughter (1999)
2. A Chemical Prison (2000)
aka The Ottoman Cage
3. Arabesk (2001)
4. Deep Waters (2002)
5. Harem (2003)
6. Petrified (2004)
7. Deadly Web (2005)
8. Dance With Death (2006)
9. A Passion for Killing (2007)
10. Pretty Dead Things (2008)
11. River of the Dead (2009)
12. Death by Design (2010)
13. A Noble Killing (2011)
14. Dead of Night (2012)

Barbara Nadel  writes for the International Crime Authors Reality Check, where you can also read an interview with her. 

4 thoughts on “Crime Fiction on a Euro Pass: Turkey

  1. I’ve read all but the very latest of these and they’re terrific – highly recommended. The regular characters are excellent, Suleyman a real spunk, the deptiction of the different ethnic and religious groups living in Istanbul and elsewhere in Turkey are fascinating.

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