Sunday, April 12, 2015

New Reviews: Caldwell, Kerr, Leon, McDermid, Nesbo, Nickson, Shaw

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

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New Reviews


Amanda Gillies reviews Ian Caldwell's The Fifth Gospel - one of the best books she has ever read;

Bernie Gunther is back in Philip Kerr's The Lady from Zagreb, reviewed here by Norman Price;






Michelle Peckham reviews the newest in the Brunetti series by Donna Leon, Falling in Love;


Susan White reviews Val McDermid's latest standalone, The Skeleton Road;




I review Jo Nesbo's Blood on Snow tr. Neil Smith which is about a hitman named Olav;


Lynn Harvey reviews Chris Nickson's Dark Briggate Blues which introduces enquiry agent Dan Markham, and is set  in Leeds in the 1950s

and Terry Halligan reviews William Shaw's A House of Knives, the second book in the 1960s Breen and Tozer trilogy.

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

1 comment:

Margot Kinberg said...

Thanks for this roundup as ever, Karen. Lots and lots to like this time :-)