Sunday, May 03, 2009

New Reviews: Baker, Burdess, Campbell, Fallada, Seeber, Smith

Keep an eye out for details of May's competition, coming very soon...

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

Firstly, in case you missed it, Crimeficreader's review of John Baker's Winged With Dead was uploaded earlier this week;

Terry Halligan reviews the third of Wendy Burdess's historical mysteries, A Criminal Affair, which has a highwayman known as the "Courteous Criminal"(!);

Maxine Clarke reviews Karen Campbell's After the Fire and concludes with "I'm very much looking forward to reading more by this talented, thoughtful author";

Book of the week is Hans Fallada's Alone in Berlin, written in 1947 but only published in translation this year and is reviewed here by Norman Price who writes that it "was a privilege to read this brilliant novel";

Maxine also reviews Lullaby by Claire Seeber - a psychological thriller with Martina Cole-ish overtones

and Laura Root reviews Tom Rob Smith's follow-up to Child 44, The Secret Speech calling it "a remarkable meld of history, politics and thriller".
Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found here.

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