Following on from last week, here's part two of the focus on Irish authors. Along with 2 Irish authors and 1 Northern Irish there are two Scottish and two English (writing together) authors reviewed today:
Geoff Jones reviews The Beautiful Sound of Silence by Paul Charles;Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found here.
Maxine Clarke reviews Dead Lovely by Helen Fitzgerald writing "it slips down a treat - like an ice-cream with a vindaloo centre";
Michelle Peckham reviews The Likeness by Tana French concluding that it's "an engrossing read, and one to definitely recommend";
Paul Blackburn reviews The Stone Gallows by C David Ingram;
Terry Halligan reviews The Last Straight Face by Bruce Kennedy Jones & Eric Allison
and Norman Price reviews Gallows Lane by Brian McGilloway saying that the main character is "a successor to Rebus and Morse".