Sunday, June 12, 2011

New Reviews: Forsyth, Mankell, Robertson, Seeber, Tope, Wagner

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Here are this week's reviews:
Terry Halligan reviews the paperback release of Frederick Forsyth's The Cobra, and give his reasons why Forsyth stays ahead of the competition;

Susan White reviews Henning Mankell's The Man from Beijing, tr. Laurie Thompson, also out in paperback;

Amanda Gillies reviews Craig Robertson's follow-up to the well-received Random: Snapshot calling it "truly scrumptious";

Michelle Peckham reviews one of Claire Seeber's earlier books, Bad Friends which she found to be more chick-lit than crime;

Lizzie Hayes enjoyed Rebecca Tope's A Grave in the Cotswolds which brings two of her series together

and Maxine Clarke says it's worth reading Jan Costin Wagner's Ice Moon before The Winter of the Lions, tr. Anthea Bell to get the full impact of the events in the personal life of the lead character.
Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found by author or date, here.

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