Sunday, March 16, 2008

New Reviews on Euro Crime

Here are this week's new reviews and a reminder of March's competition:

Latest Reviews:

Maxine Clarke reviews the latest thriller from Nicci French, Until It's Over, writing, "you won't want to put this book down until you have finished it";

Maxine also reviews the second in the Lorimer-Brightman series from Alex Gray, A Small Weeping, which she found enjoyable with a few caveats;

Geoff Jones was entertained by Mrs Tanner in L M Jackson's A Most Dangerous Woman set in Victorian London;

Norman Price provides several reasons why you should read the new outing for Bernie Gunther in Philip Kerr's latest, A Quiet Flame

and Laura Root recommends the long awaited new book from International Dagger nominee Dominique Manotti - Lorraine Connection - calling it "unusual, stylish and compelling".

Current Competition (closing date 31 March)

Win a copy of A Carrion Death by Michael Stanley (UK & Europe only)

(geographical restrictions are in brackets)

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