This week's new reviews (apologies for the slight delay) are here:
Michelle Peckham recommends a leisurely read of The Last Cato by Matilde Asensi which sees three people - a Swiss Guard, a nun and a professor going on a quest for an earthly paradise following instructions hidden in the Divine Comedy;
A warm welcome to new reviewer Paul Blackburn, who reviews one of the new recruits to the Tartan Noir band: Tony Black's Paying for It;
Maxine Clarke reviews The Likeness by Tana French which she finds disappointingly overlong
and Terry Halligan reviews The Art of Remonstration by Alan Miles the second in the Jim Diamond series.