Sunday, October 24, 2010

New Reviews: Bateman, Becker, Child, Dunne, Kolczynski, McCleary

One competition for October and it is open internationally closes 31st:
Win one of five copies of Someone Else's Son by Sam Hayes

Here are this week's reviews:
Geoff Jones reviews the second in the "mystery man" series from (Colin) Bateman: The Day of the Jack Russell now available in paperback;

Amanda Gillies reviews the third in the globe-trotting Chris Bronson series by James Becker: The Messiah Secret;

Maxine Clarke reviews the eagerly awaited sequel to Lee Child's 61 Hours - Worth Dying For;

Paul Blackburn reviews the first in 'the Reaper' series by Steven Dunne: The Reaper set in Derby;

Laura Root reviews The Oxford Virus by debut author Adam Kolczynski

and Terry Halligan reviews Carol McCleary's The Illusion of Murder in which Nellie Bly aims to go round the world in 75 days.
Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found by author or date, here.

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