Sunday, September 02, 2007

New Reviews & a New Competition

Here are this week's new reviews and details of this month's competition:

Latest Reviews:

Mike Ripley's latest crime file covers 'Second Violin' by John Lawton, 'No Human Enemy' by John Gardner, 'Tokyo Year Zero' by David Peace and 'The Last Testament' by Sam Bourne;

Maxine Clarke reviews the paperback of Never End by Ake Edwardson which she enjoys despite it sagging in the middle;

I enjoyed one of Quercus's latest offerings - Die With Me by Elena Forbes a police procedural set in the London suburb of Barnes;

Sunnie Gill is disappointed with One Man and His Bomb by H R F Keating which she finds an unconvincing police procedural with poor characterisation

and Fiona Walker gives the low down on the latest standalone from the great Henning Mankell - Kennedy's Brain

Current Competition (closing date 30 September):

Win one of five copies of 'Days of Atonement' by Michael Gregorio (open to everyone)

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