Sunday, July 08, 2012

New Reviews: Blake, Camilleri, Colfer, Judd, Lewis, Orsi, Quinn, Robertson, Tegenfalk

The range of reviews covers country-house, spy, police-procedural, historical, thriller and the settings include England, Germany, Burma, Argentina, Italy, Japan, Sweden and the USA.

Here are the new 9 reviews:
We continue our reviews of the reissue of four of Nicholas Blake's titles with Susan White reviewing Thou Shell of Death, a country-house mystery set at Christmas;

Rich Westwood reviews International Dagger winner Andrea Camilleri's The Track of Sand, tr. Stephen Sartarelli now out in paperback;

Lynn Harvey reviews Eoin Colfer's Plugged also out in paperback;

Terry Halligan reviews Alan Judd's Uncommon Enemy which has just been longlisted for the CWA's Steel Dagger;

Maxine Clarke reviews Simon Lewis's Border Run blurbed as "Lord of the Flies meets The Beach";

Amanda Gillies travels to Argentina for Holy City by Guillermo Orsi, tr. Nick Caistor calling it an "absolute belter";

Susan also reviews Susanna Quinn's Glass Geishas set in Japan;

Terry continues to be impressed by Imogen Robertson's historical series with the fourth, Circle of Shadows recently published

and I recently reviewed on the blog Stefan Tegenfalk's Anger Mode, tr. David Evans the first part in a Swedish trilogy.
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.

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