Here are this week's reviews:
Lizzie Hayes reviews Joyce Cato's, A Fatal Fall of Snow the second in this culinary series and which is set at Christmas;Previous reviews can be found in the review archive.
Susan White reviews The Colour of Death by Michael Cordy which is set in the US and covers synaesthesia and cults;
Lynn Harvey reviews Thomas Enger's Burned, tr. Charlotte Barslund now out in paperback, and she's keen to read the sequel;
Maxine Clarke reviews the follow-up to The Sweetness of Life by Paulus Hochgatterer, The Mattress House, tr. Jamie Bulloch (do read Maxine's review but please do not read the synopsis on book-selling websites which give far too much away);
Terry Halligan reviews T S Learner's The Map, a historical quest thriller set in Europe;
Michelle Peckham reviews Chris Nickson's Cold Cruel Winter now out in trade paperback (look out for February's competition sponsored by this author);
Laura Root reviews the final part of Tom Rob Smith's USSR trilogy, Agent 6;
Rich Westwood reviews Simone van der Vlugt's Shadow Sister, tr. Michele Hutchinson a Dutch suspense thriller
and Amanda Gillies reviews political thriller Killing the Messenger by Christopher Wallace.
Forthcoming titles can be found by author or date or by category, here and new titles by Joyce Cato and Anya Lipska have been added to these pages this week.