Win one of three sets of Lockdown and Deadlock by Sean Black (Worldwide)
Win one of five copies of Inspector Cataldo's Criminal Summer by Luigi Guicciardi, tr Iain Halliday (UK & Europe)
Here are this week's reviews, which this week include several historical novels:
I review Adam Creed's second outing for DI Staffe, Willing Flesh set in a seedy, modern-day London;Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found by author or date, here.
Terry Halligan goes back to the Elizabethan era for James Forrester's debut novel Sacred Treason;
Norman Price travels back to Henry II's time when he reviews Ariana Franklin's, fourth Adelia Aguilar outing, The Assassin's Prayer in which the leads traipse off to Sicily;
Back in modern-day, Laura Root reviews Collusion, Stuart Neville's follow-up to the very well-received The Twelve (apa The Ghosts of Belfast);
Michelle Peckham travels back to eighteenth century Leeds in The Broken Token by Chris Nickson
and Maxine Clarke reviews the penultimate title in the classic Martin Beck series by Sjowall and Wahloo, Cop Killer, tr. Thomas Teal.