Sunday, April 03, 2011

New Reviews: Barone, Bradley, Dobbs, Knox, Perissinotto, Templeton, Wilson & New Competition

A brand new competition for April:
Win a copy of Apostle Rising by Richard Godwin UK & Europe only.

Here are this week's reviews:
Terry Halligan reviews Sam Barone's historical saga with lots of fighting: Quest for Honour which he enjoyed very much;

Lizzie Hayes reviews Alan Bradley's A Red Herring Without Mustard, the third in the Flavia de Luce series, which was a "delightful read";

Guest reviewer, author Sarah Hilary reviews Michael Dobbs's Old Enemies calling it a "whip-tight thriller";

Amanda Gillies reviews Tom Knox's Bible of the Dead, a globe-trotting thriller which she highly recommends;

Maxine Clarke reviews Alessandro Perissinotto's Blood Sisters, tr. Howard Curtis writing that it is "a compelling tale";

A few days ago on this blog I reviewed the audio book of Aline Templeton's Lamb to the Slaughter which is another one of her excellent whodunnits set in Galloway

and Paul Blackburn reviews Laura Wilson's A Capital Crime, the third in the WW2-era Stratton series, which is now out in paperback.
Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found by author or date, here.

1 comment:

Maxine Clarke said...

Nice set of reviews, Karen. I am glad Paul enjoyed A Capital Crime, which I agree is really good. And I must try Aline Templeton some time, it just requires a library visit to coincide with them having the first of the series in!