Here are this week's new reviews and details of the two new competitions for April (with no geographical restrictions):
It's time for Mike Ripley's March Crime File in which he reviews A Quiet Flame by Philip Kerr, Silesian Station by David Downing, The Mesmerist's Apprentice by L M Jackson and Orpheus Rising by Colin Bateman;
I review the latest Bryant and May title by Christopher Fowler to make it onto audiobook: Ten-Second Staircase - I just love this series which is so well narrated by Tim Goodman;
New Euro Crime reviewer Amanda Gillies opens her account with her take on Allan Guthrie's Savage Night, calling it "noir fiction at its best";
Fiona Walker provides the low down on the latest antics of Dalziel and Pascoe in Reginald Hill's A Cure For All Diseases and explains why she found it "mostly brilliant";
Maxine reviews Brian McGilloway's follow up to Borderlands - Gallows Lane which "leaves the reader looking forward to more"
and Maxine loved the latest offering from Catherine Sampson The Pool of Unease which takes the series character to China.
Current Competitions (closing date 30 April):
Win a copy of The Death Maze by Ariana Franklin
Win a copy of An Expert in Murder by Nicola Upson
(there are no geographical restrictions on entrants)