Sunday, May 20, 2012

New Reviews: Black, Carver, Gregory, Hannah, Hill, Lock, McGilloway, Meyer, Rees

Competition: During May (closes 31st) you can win a copy of Tessa Harris's The Anatomist's Apprentice. The competition is open to UK residents. Answer the question and fill in the form here.

New Competition: Win YA Thriller Soul Beach by Kate Harrison here (UK/Ireland only)

Here are this week's 9 new reviews:
Amanda Gillies reviews Helen Black's, Twenty Twelve, which involves terrorism at the London Olympics;

Terry Halligan reviews Will Carver's The Two the second outing for Detective Inspector January David;

Terry also reviews Susanna Gregory's The Piccadilly Plot the seventh in the Thomas Chaloner Restoration series;

Susan White reviews Mari Hannah's debut, The Murder Wall the first in the DCI Kate Charles series set in Northumberland;

Lynn Harvey reviews Antonio Hill's debut, The Summer of Dead Toys, tr. Laura McGoughlin set in Barcelona and introducing Inspector Hector Salgado;

Lizzie Hayes reviews the paperback release of Joan Lock's Dead Image the first of six in the Victorian era, Sergeant Best series;

Laura Root reviews the latest in the Ben Devlin series from Brian McGilloway, The Nameless Dead writing that it "is one of the best books I have read this year";

Maxine Clarke reviews Deon Meyer's Trackers, tr. K L Seegers of which she states "this book may be the best thriller I've ever read"

and if you travel by train in the UK you can't have missed the posters for Emlyn Rees's Hunted, just out in paperback and reviewed here by Rich Westwood.
Previous reviews can be found in the review archive.

Forthcoming titles can be found by author or date or by category, here along with releases by year.


Maxine Clarke said...

Some very nice reviews here. I am especially looking forward to the one by McGilloway. I, too, highly recommend The Summer of Dead Toys by Antonio Hill, set in Barcelona.

Anonymous said...

It's funny, I read some great reviews of Trackers last year, went to a bookshop with every intention of buying it - and somehow, the blurb put me off. Reassured by Maxine's review, I'll try again.