Terry Halligan reviews Sequence by Adrian Dawson, writing that it was "the best that I've read this year";Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found by author or date, here.
Geoff Jones reviews Jeremy Duns's Song of Treason (formerly known as Free Country) which is out in paperback;
Lizzie Hayes recommends post-war thriller, The Hanging Shed by Gordon Ferris which has done well on Kindle;
I review Ashes by Sergios Gakas, tr. Anne-Marie Stanton-Ife which I enjoyed very much despite it being darker than my usual reads;
Lynn Harvey reviews Lucretia Grindle's The Lost Daughter which is the second in her Italian police series, and covers more than just a crime;
Susan White reviews the paperback release of Diane Janes's Why Don't You Come For Me? which she found unsettling;
Amanda Gillies goes back to the 12C to review the paperback edition of Bernard Knight's A Plague of Heretics
and Maxine Clarke reviews the latest (in English) from Camilla Lackberg, translated this time by Tiina Nunnally: The Hidden Child.
Sunday, September 04, 2011
New Reviews: Dawson, Duns, Ferris, Gakas, Grindle, Janes, Knight, Lackberg
Here are this week's reviews: