There's a new competition, this time for US residents only, see below.
The reviews uploaded today have a historical theme:
'The Elixir of Death' by Bernard Knight, reviewed by Terry Halligan.
This is the tenth in the 'Crowner John' series set in 12th Century Devon.
'Captain Alatriste' by Arturo Perez-Reverte (audio book), reviewed by Karen Meek. The first in a quintet featuring the dashing Alatriste (played by Viggo Mortensen in the recent Spanish film), set in Spain in the 16th Century.
'Messenger of Truth' by Jacqueline Winspear, reviewed by Sunnie Gill. The fourth in the Maisie Dobbs series, based in London during the 1930s.
The 'News' page has been updated.
The 'Authors' page has been updated with several new author homepages.
The 'New Releases' page gets longer.
There's a new competition:
As well as the current competition open to UK residents for a copy of the Edgar nominated, 'The Dead Hour' by Denise Mina, a new competition starts today. Open to US residents only, the prize is a DVD of the first series of the Irish crime drama 'Proof'. Links to clips and a trailer and how to enter can be found on the competition page.