Here are this week's reviews, which include visits to Greenland, Ireland and Italy as well as the UK:
Amanda Gillies reviews globe-trotting thriller Altar of Bones by "Philip Carter" the speculation on "his" identity ranges from Harlan Coben to Penelope Williamson;Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found by author or date, here.
Susan White reviews Jane Casey's second novel and first in the DC Maeve Kerrigan series, The Burning;
Geoff Jones reviews James Craig's debut London Calling which has been available on Kindle for a while but the paperback is due out next week;
Mark Bailey joins the review team with his review of Peter James's Dead Man's Grip;
Terry Halligan reviews Gene Kerrigan's The Rage;
Maxine Clarke reviews Yrsa Sigurdardottir's The Day is Dark, tr. Philip Roughton in which Thora and Matthew go to Greenland (for a very X-files sounding mystery!);
I review Marco Vichi's Death in August, tr. Stephen Sartarelli set in post-war Florence, the first in the Inspector Bordelli series
and Laura Root reviews Christopher Wakling's standalone set in Bristol after the abolition of slavery: The Devil's Mask.