This week's set of reviews, added to Euro Crime today, is a mixture of new reviews and a catch-up of those posted directly on the blog in the last two weeks, so you may have read some of them before if you're a regular :).
Terry Halligan reviews Kevin Brooks' Wrapped in White, the third in the PI John Craine series;
Michelle Peckham reviews Alison Bruce's The Silence, the fourth in the Cambridge-set DC Gary Goodhew series, now out in paperback;
Terry also reviews Chris Collett's Blood and Stone which sees the return of Birmingham DI Tom Mariner, after a four year gap, this time he's on holiday in Wales;
Geoff Jones reviews Lisa Cutts' debut, Never Forget which introduces DC Nina Foster;
Susan White reviews Jonathan Holt's The Abomination set in Venice and the first in a trilogy;
Laura Root reviews Jassy Mackenzie's Pale Horses, the fourth in the PI Jade de Jong series set in South Africa;
Amanda Gillies reviews Leif GW Persson's Another Time, Another Life, tr. Paul Norlen calling it "a perfect read for the summer";
Mark Bailey reviews Kevin Sampson's The Killing Pool, set in Liverpool;
Lynn Harvey reviews Jason Webster's The Anarchist Detective the third in the Max Camara series set in Valencia;
and I've just completed a crime month on my blog for teenage/ya fiction, including a review of Caroline Lawrence's The Case of the Good-Looking Corpse. A summary post can be found here.
Previous reviews can be found in the review archive.
Forthcoming titles can be found by author or date or by category, here along with releases by year.