First came "Winterland" and "Bloodland." Now, novelist Alan Glynn finishes up his trilogy with "Graveland," a novel that takes place (unlike his earlier volumes) in the United States.
"Graveland" takes as its theme Wall Street greed and corruption. Characters from the earlier books appear in the finale, but even so, the trilogy has been described as "loose-knit."
One blogger characterized Glynn's work as having "flair, humor, and efficient but elegant writing."
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Plenty of crime can't be described as anything else — there is a whole bunch of detective fiction and procedurals — but I think my stuff could be categorised as both thriller and crime. I didn't think of my work in those terms at all, but having a genre helps with marketing the books. (Irish Examiner)