Red as blood

On May 1, 1919, Budapest turned red. A new political system is being built, the war continues and brutal murders are committed, which put our protagonists in the crosshairs of the authorities. In this tense period, Benedek Szabolcs’s book Red as blood depicts an action-packed Hungarian criminal story.

I gladly recommend the book to lovers of historical and political writings, as well as crime fiction. Although these are quite tough topics, this is typically the kind of novel that can be absorbed very quickly…

Article published on Socfest online cultural magazine. (Hungarian)