Sunday, July 03, 2011

New Reviews: Ashton, Clements, French, Godwin, Moss, Staincliffe, White

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Here are this week's reviews:
I review two Inspector McLevy Mysteries (radio plays) now released on audio book, written by David Ashton: Servant of the Crown & The Picture of Innocence;

Terry Halligan reviews the latest "John Shakespeare" outing in Rory Clements' Prince, the third in this Tudor series;

Maxine Clarke reviews the first in a series from Nicci French, Blue Monday which features psychoanalyst Frieda Klein;

Amanda Gillies reviews Richard Godwin's Apostle Rising;

Michelle Peckham reviews Siren by Australian author Tara Moss;

Lizzie Hayes reviews Cath Staincliffe's thought provoking Witness (currently 99p on UK Kindle)

and Terry also reviews Michael White's The Art of Murder the second and latest in the DCI Pendragon series.
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...

Looks as if Michelle's take on Siren was about the same as mine for the previous novel. Given there are good Australian crime novels being published out there, it is a pity they could not have European editions so we could read those instead!