Sunday, June 26, 2011

New Reviews: Camilleri, Cooper, Gardiner, Nickson, Rimington, Seymour

Competitions for June:
Win four books by S J Bolton (UK & Ireland)
Win 8 children's crime fiction books (UK Only)

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Here are this week's reviews:
I review two Father Paolo Baldi mysteries (radio plays) now released on audio book: Death Cap & Devil Take the Hindmost;

Maxine Clarke reviews The Track of Sand by Andrea Camilleri, tr. Stephen Sartarelli the twelfth in this delightful series;

Lizzie Hayes reviews N J Cooper's third Karen Taylor book, Face of the Devil set on the Isle of Wight;

Sarah Hilary reviews "official friend to Euro Crime" author Meg Gardiner's The Memory Collector;

Geoff Jones reviews Chris Nickson's second outing for Richard Nottingham, Cold Cruel Winter set in 1730s Leeds;

I also review the audio book of Stella Rimington's Present Danger narrated by Maggie Mash

and Terry Halligan reviews Gerald Seymour's The Dealer and the Dead now out in paperback.
Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found by author or date, here.

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