Euro Crime took a break over the festive period in terms of reviews however the review team revealed their favourite discoveries of 2013 in a series of posts. Currently we are part-way through unveiling the review team's favourite reads of 2013. After the individual lists have been posted I will tally them all up and reveal the overall favourite Euro Crime authors, titles and translators of 2013.
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Lynn Harvey reviews Jakob Arjouni's final book, the fifth in the Kayankaya series, Brother Kemal, tr. Anthea Bell and she recommends it to "to all lovers of mean streets and wily detectives";
Terry Halligan reviews one of the "big" books of 2013, I Am Pilgrim by Terry Hayes calling it an "absolutely tremendous book";
I review The Mangle Street Murders by M R C Kasasian which is my favourite discovery of the year;
Susan White reviews the seasonal A Fatal Winter by American author G M Malliet which is perhaps one more for cosy fans;
Michelle Peckham reviews T F Muir's Life for a Life the fourth in the St Andrews-set DI Andy Gilchrist series, saying it's a "great read";
Amanda Gillies reviews Leigh Russell's Cold Sacrifice which is the first in a spin-off series featuring DS Ian Peterson;
Geoff reviews The City of Strangers by Michael Russell, the second in the Stefan Gillespie series, set in 1939;
Terry also reviews Anna Smith's Screams in the Dark the third in the Rosie Gilmour series, set in 1999
and Rich Westwood reviews the second of the Scott & Bailey novelisations, Bleed Like Me by Cath Staincliffe.
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.