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Crime-fiction trilogies (and the odd quartet)
Maxine Clarke "Maxine of Petrona"
"Garnethill, Exile and Resolution: compelling story of stressed young Glasgow woman investigating, and suspected of, crimes"
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Millennium Trilogy Book 1)
"Irrespective of the hype, the Millennium trilogy is very exciting and multi-layered, bound together by the unique creation of Lisbeth Salander."
"Plus A Walk in the Dark and Reasonable Doubts: absorbing novels about a lawyer (in Bali, Italy), with existential element."
Echoes From The Dead: Oland Quartet series 1
"The Oland quartet - two novels published at time of writing, this one and The Darkest Room. Arguably the best crime fiction currently being written."
The Bayou Trilogy: Under the Bright Lights, Muscle for the Wing, and The Ones You Do
"I haven't read these, but have enjoyed other books by him about the rural American existence."
Requiem for an Angel: The Roth Trilogy
"Highly praised novels in which the shadow of the past hangs over the present. (I haven't read them)"
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
"Excellent (loose) trilogy about George Smiley, retired head of British secret service. Also An Honourable Schoolboy and Smiley's People."
"Plus The Cold Six Thousand and Blood's a River, is a "secret history of the 20th century". . Revered author, famous for LA noir. I've read some of his other books but not these."
Total Chaos (Marseilles Trilogy)
"Marseilles trilogy, with Chourmo and Solea. Cops, immigrants and Marseilles. I have not read any novels by this author."
Nineteen Seventy Four (Red Riding Quartet)
"Was a trilogy with 1977 and 1980, now a quartet with 1983. I have only read the first - very intense novel about Yorkshire crimes and police corruption"
The Second Midnight
"Blaines trilogy (the others are Blacklist and Toyshop) - said to be about intelligence work in World War 2 and the cold war."
The Seducer (Jonas Wergeland Trilogy 1)
"Also The Discoverer and The Conquerer. Said to be superior Scandinavian crime fiction."
Dead Spy Running
""Legoland" trilogy. The first is said to be a very exciting spy thriller. The second is Games Traitors Play, the third's title not announced at time of writing."
George Pelecanos: Three Great Novels: The Derek Strange Trilogy: Right as Rain, Hell to Pay, Soul Circus
"Derek Strange and Terry Quinn, ex-cops turned PIs in Washington, DC"
Berlin Noir ('March Violets', 'The Pale Criminal' and 'A German Requiem') (Penguin Crime/Mystery)
"March Violets, The Pale Criminal and A German Requiem. PI Bernie Gunther (who is in other novels by this author) in 1930/40s Germany"
The White Trilogy
"A White Arrest, Taming the Alien and The McDead. Apparently "Tough police procedurals" about corrupt cops Roberts and Brandt."
"Deadfolk, xxxx [Amazon will not accept title word!] and Lager, and King of the Road. Said to be black comedies set in town of Mangel."
The Redbreast: A Harry Hole thriller (Oslo Sequence 1)
"Redbreast, Nemesis and Devil's Star form a trilogy in the Harry Hole (Oslo police) series. Imperative to read in correct order."
"A quartet - Saturday's Child, Donkey Punch, Beast of Burden and No More Heroes. Ex-con PI Cal Innes, north of England. I haven't read these."
Dead I Well May Be (Dead Trilogy 1)
"Dead trilogy - the second two are The Dead Yard and The Bloomsday Dead. Based on the one I've read (the first), the theme is hard-boiled/noir Irishman in America."
Raven Black (Shetland)
"The Shetland Quartet - this one, White Nights, Red Bones and Blue Lightning. High-quality mysteries. Apparently a 5th is planned..."
City of Dreadful Night (Brighton Trilogy)
"Brighton trilogy. I haven't read it - it is about "disgraced chief constable Robert Watts in Brighton (UK)'s past and present"."
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