Sunday, May 10, 2009

New Reviews: Airth, Bolton, Cleeves, Gardner, Martin, Nesser, Ramsay

May's competition is now up and running - win a copy of Suffer the Children by Adam Creed. (There are no geographical restrictions on entrants.) Enter here.

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

Mike Ripley reviews the eagerly awaited third book in the 'John Madden' series from Rennie Airth, - The Dead of Winter - and answers the question as to whether it can live up the stunning first part, River of Darkness?;

I review the audio book of Sacrifice by S J Bolton, (review posted on this blog);

Maxine Clarke reviews Ann Cleeves' third part of her 'Shetland Quartet' - Red Bones - and calls it "an excellent, absorbing, slow-burn of a book";

Paul Blackburn reviews John Gardner's Moriarty which fills in some of the back-story to Holmes' famous nemesis;

Geoff Jones reviews the latest in the "steam detective" series from Andrew Martin - The Last Train to Scarborough;

Maxine also reviews the paperback edition of The Mind's Eye by Hakan Nesser saying she "cannot recommend this book highly enough"

and Pat Austin reviews Caro Ramsay's follow-up to Absolution - Singing to the Dead.
Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found here.

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