Sunday, March 18, 2012

New Reviews: Campbell, Crawford, Easter, Mackenzie, Nesbo, Spurrier, Taylor

Win Carnage by Maxim Chattam (UK only).

Here are this week's reviews:
Amanda Gillies reviews the paperback release of Karen Campbell's Proof of Life, the fourth in this esteemed series;

Terry Halligan goes globe-trotting in Dean Crawford's Covenant;

Rich Westwood reviews Patrick Easter's second in his historical-naval-crime series, The River of Fire;

Maxine Clarke reviews South African author Jassy Mackenzie's first Jade de Jong thriller, Random Violence;

Earlier this week, I reviewed Jo Nesbo's Phantom, tr. Don Bartlett;

Lynn Harvey reviews Simon Spurrier's A Serpent Uncoiled

and Susan White reviews D J Taylor's 1930s set Secondhand Daylight.
Previous reviews can be found in the review archive.

Forthcoming titles can be found by author or date or by category, here and new titles by Alex Churton, Dick (Felix) Francis, Anton Gill, Susan Hill, Caro Ramsay, Felix Riley, Barbara Vine and Tim Weaver have been added to these pages this week.


Clarissa Draper said...

I love these links, thank you.

E A M Harris said...

I just read your review of River of Fire. It sounds interesting. Thank you for posting it. I wonder how many more history/technical/whatever niches there are waiting to be filled by a crime writer.

Anonymous said...

Glad you liked the Patrick Easter review. I was trying to thing of a snappy description for this sub-genre but could only come up with blustery-history-mystery. Rich.