Depth and drama in Ross’s Grenadian crime fiction — Repeating Islands

A review by John Robert Lee for Trinidad and Tobago’s Newsday. Caribbean fiction has been expanding its genres in all directions for several years: magical realism to sci-fi or speculative fiction, contemporary historical fiction to the complexities of relationships in today’s world, novels and stories experimenting with form, freer in the use of “nation language,” … Continue reading Depth and drama in Ross’s Grenadian crime fiction — Repeating Islands