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 :).
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Brother and sister detecting duo Blotto and Twinks are back in Simon Brett's Blotto, Twinks and the Riddle of the Sphinx, reviewed here by Mark Bailey;
Susan White reviews P R Ellis's Painted Ladies which introduces copper turned PI, Jasmine Frame;
Amanda Gillies reviews A Bitter Taste by Annie Hauxwell, the second book in her Catherine Berlin series;
Michelle Peckham reviews Chris Nickson's Fair and Tender Ladies, the sixth in his Richard Nottingham series set in Leeds;
Laura Root reviews Leif G W Persson's He Who Kills the Dragon, tr. Neil Smith, the second in the Evert Backstrom series;
Terry Halligan reviews the latest in the Thomas Pitt series from Anne Perry, Death on Blackheath;
I review Kathy Reichs's Tempe Brennan short story Bones in Her Pocket;
Lynn Harvey reviews Ostland by David Thomas
and Terry also reviews the reissue of Dennis Wheatley's The Forbidden Territory.
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.