Sunday, July 24, 2011

New Reviews: Bruen, Fossum, Haynes, Hilton, Kelly, le Carre, Ridpath, Tyler

July's competition: Win a set of 3 books by Armand Cabasson (UK only)

Here are this week's reviews, which visit Egypt, Iceland, Norway, Russia, USA as well as the UK:
Terry Halligan reviews the movie-tie-in release of Ken Bruen's London Boulevard;

I review Karin Fossum's latest Inspector Sejer, The Caller, tr. K E Semmel;

Amanda Gillies reviews Elizabeth Haynes debut, Into the Darkest Corner which has just been shortlisted for the "New Blood" Dagger;

Michelle Peckham reviews the fifth Joe Hunter from Matt Hilton, Blood and Ashes which is just out in paperback;

Susan White reviews the paperback release of Erin Kelly's The Poison Tree which has also been shortlisted for the "New Blood" Dagger;

I review the radio play version of John le Carre's The Russia House on the blog;

Maxine Clarke reviews Michael Ridpath's second Icelandic novel, 66 Degrees North which sounds bang up to date politically

and Lizzie Hayes reviews L C Tyler's Herring on the Nile which she says is more fun than a certain other crime book set on the Nile!
Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found by author or date, here.


Anonymous said...

Thanks, as always, for this round-up, Karen. A nice variety of different kinds of books.

Maxine Clarke said...

Love the new look! Thanks for these reviews- I definitely recommend 66 deg North and The Poison Tree. As a result of the review of the book by E Haynes, I've downloaded it to my Kindle (at 99p - how could anyone resist?!)

Dorte H said...

Beautiful new look! - so distracting one can almost forget how expensive a post like this is! ;)