Sunday, April 26, 2015

New Reviews: Allen, Arlidge, Burke, Hilary, Horst, Lemaitre, Linskey, Quinn, Smith

Here are nine reviews which have been added to the Euro Crime website today, four have appeared on the blog since last time, and five are completely new.

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New Reviews

Susan White reviews Hania Allen's Double Tap, the second book in the Von Valenti series [the first book, Jack in the Box is currently free for UK Kindle];

Terry Halligan reviews M J Arlidge's debut, Eeny Meeny which introduces DI Helen Grace;

Craig Sisterson reviews Declan Burke's The Lost and the Blind;

Michelle Peckham reviews Sarah Hilary's No Other Darkness, the second book in the DI Marnie Rome series;

Guest reviewer Bob Cornwell reviews Jorn Lier Horst's The Caveman tr. Anne Bruce;

Ewa Sherman reviews Camille tr. Frank Wynne, the final part in Pierre Lemaitre's trilogy;

Geoff Jones reviews Howard Linskey's No Name Lane, set in County Durham in the '90s;

Lynn Harvey reviews Anthony Quinn's sequel to the well-regarded Disappeared, Border Angels

and Amanda Gillies reviews Anna Smith's A Cold Killing, the latest in the Rosie Gilmour series.

Forthcoming titles can be found by author or date or by category, here along with releases by year.

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