Sunday, February 01, 2009

New Reviews: Beckett, Jungstedt, Macken, Rayne & New Competition

A new competition is up and running. NB This one will close on 14th February and a new one will start on the 15th.

The following reviews have been added to the review archive over on the main Euro Crime website:
New Reviews:

It's been a two year wait for the new David Hunter novel by Simon Beckett. Michelle Peckham reviews, Whispers of the Dead which takes place in the 'Body Farm' in the US and is somewhat gruesome in parts;

Maxine Clarke reviews the third in the Gotland series by Mari Jungstedt, which until recently was to be called 'A Lonely Place' but is published as Unknown (US: The Inner Circle);

Terry Halligan reviews the paperback edition of John Macken's Trial by Blood which he found "unputdownable"

and Amanda Gillies writes that Sarah Rayne's Ghost Song "had me both absorbed and fascinated".
Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found here.

The first competition of February is for a set of the ten Martin Beck books by Sjowall and Wahloo. (Closing date is 14th February, one entry per household and UK/Europe entrants only.)


Uriah Robinson said...

I don't think the link to the competition for the Martin Beck books is working Karen. I just wanted to see what the question was I don't think I am eligible to enter. :o)

Karen (Euro Crime) said...

Where did you try it from? Seems to be ok from the blog. I think you'll know the answer :).

Uriah Robinson said...

I have tried it from the blog and I get The Paper Moon competition.

Karen (Euro Crime) said...

You may have the old page cached. Try a right mouse button click and hit reload. I get that happening quite a bit with my browser.

Uriah Robinson said...

Thanks Karen there is a reload button and then it worked. I have sent in my answer just for fun.