Sunday, October 11, 2009

New Reviews: Becker, Hammesfahr, Jones & Allison, Sampson, Saylor, Wilson

The settings for this week's books include the UK, Spain, Germany, Italy, Israel and China:
Amanda Gillies reviews The Moses Stone by James Becker, an excellent follow-up to The First Apostle;

Maxine Clarke reviews Petra Hammesfahr's The Lie which she found didn't live up to the promise of The Sinner;

Terry Halligan reviews Fat Blackmail by Bruce Kennedy Jones and Eric Allison the sequel to The Last Straight Face;

Michelle Peckham reviews the recent paperback release of The Slaughter Pavilion by Catherine Sampson, set in China;

Amanda Brown reviews the paperback edition of Steven Saylor's The Triumph of Caesar, the latest in his Gordianus the Finder series

and Norman Price reviews The Ignorance of Blood by Robert Wilson the final book in the Javier Falcon quartet.
Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found here.

1 comment:

Book Bird Dog said...

Nice list of book reviews!