Here are this week's new reviews and a reminder that there's just a couple of days to enter March's competition:
Geoff Jones reviews the newest in the Trish Maguire series by Natasha Cooper, A Poisoned Mind, calling it "well plotted and entertaining";
Maxine Clarke reviews The Cipher Garden by Martin Edwards, the second in his Lake District series, this one being a "variant on the classic "locked room" mystery";
Maxine awards "ten out ten" for the latest book in paperback by Nicci French, Losing You which revolves around a mother's frantic effort to find her missing daughter on a small island;
Fiona Walker provides the first Euro Crime review of Nemesis by Jo Nesbo and sums up: "A brilliant thriller rife with violence and vengeance, it may be lengthy but you won't want it to end";
Sunnie Gill reviews the third book from Ed O'Connor Primal Cut and suggests it's perhaps for readers who prefer "a walk on the dark side"
and I review the latest from Minette Walters The Chameleon's Shadow which will be on my list of favourite reads at the end of the year.
Current Competition (closing date 31 March):
Win a copy of A Carrion Death by Michael Stanley (UK & Europe only)
(geographical restrictions are in brackets)