The competition's still open: win Death of the Mantis by Michael Stanley (no geographical restrictions).
Here are this week's reviews:
Susan White reviews the latest in the Yashim the Eunuch series by Jason Goodwin, An Evil Eye (and Susan has even tried some of the recipes featured in this series);Previous reviews can be found in the review archive.
John Harvey's Good Bait features a new protagonist plus a couple of characters from earlier books including DCI Karen Shields from the heart-breaking Cold in Hand and is reviewed here by Maxine Clarke;
Michelle Peckham thinks Peter James's Dead Man's Grip signals that the series could be running out of steam;
The Silver Stain is a belated but welcome return for Paul Johnston's PI Alex Mavros, set in Greece, reviewed here by Geoff Jones;
Terry Halligan found Bill Kitson's latest DI Mike Nash, Back-Slash hard to put down;
I review Hans Koppel's She's Never Coming Back tr. Kari Dickson which I didn't enjoy very much;
Fortunately Lynn Harvey had a better experience with Liza Marklund's The Bomber which has been retranslated by Neil Smith;
Norman calls Ben Pastor's Liar Moon "grown-up crime fiction"
and Lizzie Hayes reviews Joanna Price's debut A Means of Escape set in the Glastonbury area (and incidentally is very cheap on Kindle at the moment).
Forthcoming titles can be found by author or date or by category, here and new titles by Mark Billingham, Kevin Brophy and Hakan Ostlundh have been added to these pages this week.