Sunday, January 17, 2010

New Reviews: Black, Cabasson, Clark, Fox, Hilton, McCrery

January competition reminder: 3 copies of A K Shevchenko's Bequest are up for grabs. There are no geographical restrictions. Details of how to enter can be found here.

Here are this week's reviews:
Paul Blackburn reviews the third in Tony Black's Edinburgh based Gus Dury series - Loss;

Laura Root reviews Memory of Flames by Armand Cabasson, tr. Isabel Reid the most recent in this series of Napoleonic thrillers;

Amanda Brown catches up with the 14th century Abbess Hildegard in the paperback edition of The Red Velvet Turnshoe by Cassandra Clark;

Terry Halligan reviews the latest in the Anya Crichton, forensic pathologist series from Australian author Kathryn Fox: Blood Born;

Michelle Peckham reviews the paperback edition of the first of Matt Hilton's Joe Hunter thrillers: Dead Men's Dust

and Maxine Clarke reviews the second in Nigel McCrery's DCI Mark Lapslie series, Tooth and Claw.
Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found here.

1 comment:

Maxine Clarke said...

An interesting set of reviews. Terry makes that novel by Kathryn Fox sound unmissable, though strong stuff. I have a book of hers on my shelf, I'll have to see if it is this one!