Sunday, August 30, 2009

New Reviews: Anderson, Jackson, Seymour, Solana, Theorin, Tickler

There's a little time left to enter the three competitions running this month; the prizes are: The Third Pig Detective Agency by Bob Burke, Relics of the Dead by Ariana Franklin and Blood Law by Steven Hague (some restrictions apply).

Here are this week's reviews:
Paul Blackburn reviews the newly published Final Cut by Lin Anderson the latest in the Rhona MacLeod series and is eager to read the earlier books;

Amanda Gillies reviews the historical Pilgrim by James Jackson writing that "this book is just fantastic";

Terry Halligan reviews the second Paul Tallis thriller, The Mephisto Threat by E V Seymour (set in Turkey and...Birmingham) and enjoyed it immensely;

Michelle Peckham reviews Teresa Solana's A Not So Perfect Crime concluding that it's "a fascinating, amusing and very entertaining crime novel";

Maxine Clarke reviews The Darkest Room by International Dagger nominee, Johan Theorin and calls it "a wonderful book"

and Pat Austin has mixed feelings about Peter Tickler's Blood on the Cowley Road the first in an Oxford set police procedural series.
Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found here.

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