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 :).
News you may have missed in the last few days:
1. Margot Kinberg's has edited, contributed to and published an e-anthology of short stories, the proceeds from which are going to Maxine Clarke's (Petrona) preferred charity, the Princess Alice Hospice.
2. Borgen is back on BBC4 next weekend.
3. A "new" Hercule Poirot novella is available as an ebook.
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I review Karin Fossum's I Can See in the Dark, tr. James Anderson, a non-Sejer standalone;
Terry Halligan reviews James Henry's Morning Frost, the third in this well-received prequel series based on R D Wingfield's characters;
Michelle Peckham reviews Peter James's Dead Man's Time, the ninth in the Roy Grace series, which is now out in paperback;
Rich Westwood reviews Doug Johnstone's Gone Again, also just out in paperback;
Susan White reviews the re-released Second Violin by John Lawton, set during WWII;
Terry also reviews the new "Wexford" novel from Ruth Rendell - No Man's Nightingale - no rest for the retired chief inspector;
Another recent paperback release is Mark Roberts's The Sixth Soul reviewed here by Amanda Gillies;
Lynn Harvey reviews Marco Vichi's Death in Florence, tr. Stephen Sartarelli the fourth in the Inspector Bordelli series set in 1960s Italy
The Riot the fifth in the DI Stratton series set in post WWII London.
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.