Here are this week's reviews:
Amanda Gillies reviews The Guardians of the Covenant by Tom Egeland concluding with "[it] should keep you hooked from cover to cover";Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found here.
Norman Price reviews this month's competition prize, A Visible Darkness by Michael Gregorio;
Paul Blackburn reviews the futuristic crime novel Halfhead by Stuart B MacBride;
Maxine Clarke reviews the newest in the Tony Hill series by Val McDermid - Fever of the Bone - beginning her review by writing that "it is written with multi award-winning Val McDermid's usual professionalism, dependability, style and apparent effortlessness";
Michelle Peckham reviews Sam Millar's The Dark Place;
Pat Austin has no complaints about Ian Rankin's The Complaints
and I recently reviewed (on this blog), the audio book version of The Miracle at Speedy Motors by Alexander McCall Smith.