Here are this week's new reviews and a final reminder of July's contests:
In Mike Ripley's July round-up, he reviews 'Still Waters' by Nigel McCrery, 'Little Moscow' by Mick Scully, 'Not in the Flesh' by Ruth Rendell and 'Lost Light' by Alex Scarrow; Laura Root's debut review for Euro Crime is of Written in Bone by Simon Beckett which she calls entertaining and insightful; Fiona Walker provides a thoughtful analysis of Ake Edwardson's style in her review of Frozen Tracks; Maxine Clarke enjoys Kate Ellis' The Bone Garden where the 'historical mystery casts light on the motive for present-day Devon murders' and I review a novel which is interesting and evocative but borderline crime fiction - Troubling Love by Elena Ferrante
I've also updated the "News" page, except for this weekend's reviews and I've again refreshed the "New releases" page.
Current Competitions (closing date 31 July):
Win one of three sets of the complete (thirteen) Chronicles of Matthew Bartholomew by Susanna Gregory (UK only)
Win one of five copies of 'Black Seconds' by Karin Fossum plus one winner will receive her whole backlist (open to everyone except residents of the US)
Win one of five copies of '12:23 Paris. 31st August 1997.' by Eoin McNamee (open to everyone)
(geographical restrictions are in brackets)