A bit early this week as I'm away for a few days.
This week's new reviews on Euro Crime are; Mike Ripley's April crime file where he reviews 'Don't Cry For Me Aberystwyth' by Malcolm Pryce, 'Rules, Regs and Rotten Eggs' by H R F Keating, 'A Coin For The Ferryman' by Rosemary Rowe and 'The Poisoner of Ptah' by Paul Doherty; Maxine Clarke has mixed views on Strangers by Carla Banks; Pat Austin explains why she shouldn't like Lee Child's The Hard Way but does and I review the audio version of the Gumshoe award winning When the Devil Holds the Candle by Karin Fossum.
Win one of two copies of 'Not Dead Enough' by Peter James*
Win one of five copies of 'Severed' by Simon Kernick
Win one of five copies of 'Every Breath You Take' by Sheila Quigley*
Win 5 sets of 'Proof: Prescription for Murder' and the box-set of Season One of 'Proof' on DVD (R1) (US residents only)
* UK & Europe only.