Sunday, July 19, 2009

New Reviews: Cain, Frimansson, Jones, MacBride, Mariani, Nadel

A new competition is running (open to all!); win a copy of My Last Confession by Helen Fitzgerald.

Here are this week's globe-trotting reviews:
Paul Blackburn reviews Assassin by Tom Cain, the third of the 'Sam Carver' thrillers;

Maxine Clarke reviews Island of the Naked Women by Inger Frimansson writing that it is "a strong candidate for my "best of" list for this year";

Laura Root reviews The Salati Case by Tobias Jones the first of a new PI series set in Italy;

Craig Sisterson reviews Blind Eye by Stuart MacBride the fifth in the DS McRae series set in Aberdeen;

Amanda Gillies reviews The Doomsday Prophecy by Scott Mariani which is the third in the Ben Hope, ex-SAS, series

and Terry Halligan reviews the latest in the Turkish Cetim Ikman series from Barbara Nadel - River of the Dead - which is now out in paperback.
Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found here.

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