Sunday, August 17, 2008

New Reviews: George, Indridason, Leon, Medieval Murderers, Nesser, Taylor

Here are this week's new reviews and details of the current competition:

Latest Reviews:

Kerrie Smith reviews honorary Brit, Elizabeth George's Careless in Red which she says is long but necessarily so;

Maxine Clarke reviews The Draining Lake by Arnaldur Indridason which is now out in paperback, calling it "a satisfying mystery novel by a superb author";

Norman Price reviews honorary European, Donna Leon's The Girl of His Dreams and finds it a return to form;

Terry Halligan reviews the latest from The Medieval Murderers (who have expanded to include C J Sansom) - The Lost Prophecies - finding it the best of the three he's read so far;

I review the first in the Van Veeteren series by Hakan Nesser - The Mind's Eye - which is a fun, quick and slightly bizarre read

and Geoff Jones reviews The Amnesiac by Sam Taylor which he finds lacking in the crime department.

Current Competition:

Win a copy of Our Lady of Pain by Elena Forbes*

* restrictions apply (ends 31 August)

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