Sunday, May 08, 2011

New Reviews: Carr, Colfer, Connor, McGilloway, Parot, Sharp

The reviews are back though expect another hiatus when I'm at CrimeFest (where the International Dagger Shortlist will be announced).

Here are this week's reviews:
Terry Halligan reviews the first in a new Victorian series, India Black by Carol K Carr;

Susan White reviews Artemis Fowl author Eoin Colfer's first adult crime book, Plugged;

Another author changing direction is Alex Connor, who has switched from historicals to a thriller in The Rembrandt Secret reviewed here by Amanda Gillies;

Maxine Clarke reviews Brian McGilloway's Little Girl Lost which is either a standalone or the beginning of a new series;

I review Jean-Francois Parot's rich brew that is The Saint-Florentin Murders, tr. Howard Curtis set in 18th Century France;

and Lizzie Hayes reviews Zoe Sharp's Fifth Victim, where "bodyguard" Charlie Fox goes to Long Island.
Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found by author or date, here.

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