Sunday, September 04, 2011

New Reviews: Dawson, Duns, Ferris, Gakas, Grindle, Janes, Knight, Lackberg

Here are this week's reviews:
Terry Halligan reviews Sequence by Adrian Dawson, writing that it was "the best that I've read this year";

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.
Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found by author or date, here.

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