Sunday, March 09, 2008

New Reviews on Euro Crime

Here are this week's new reviews and a reminder of March's competition:

Latest Reviews:

Lindsay Davis has a significant rival according to Pat Austin in her review of Ruso and the Demented Doctor by R S Downie;

Moving on from Roman Britain to the fourteenth century, Terry Halligan finds Susanna Gregory's To Kill or Cure a fine read for the winter days (and nights);

Maxine Clarke gives the thumbs up to Ritual by Mo Hayder in which series character Jack Caffrey moves to Bristol (NB the home of Crimefest in June);

Maxine's working her way through Susan Hill's Simon Serrailler series, in time for the new one in June, and sends on her review of the second in the series, The Pure in Heart

and Mike Ripley praises Stratton's War by Laura Wilson calling it "not only an outstanding crime story, but a wonderful historical novel".

Current Competition (closing date 31 March)

Win a copy of A Carrion Death by Michael Stanley (UK & Europe only)

(geographical restrictions are in brackets)

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