Sunday, July 01, 2012

New Reviews: Douglas, Fowler, Hall, Holt, Jackson, Kitson, Knight, Ridpath, Villar

The British writers are getting about this week with settings ranging from Germany, Iceland, India and the US as well as closer to home: London, Yorkshire and Scotland. Mainland Europe writers are featured with Norway and Spain.

NB. The International Dagger winner will be announced next week so you only have a couple of days left to vote in the International Dagger Polls.

Here are the new 9 reviews:
Amanda Gillies reviews James Douglas's The Doomsday Testament;

I review the audio book version of Christopher Fowler's, Bryant & May Off the Rails narrated splendidly as ever by Tim Goodman;

Susan White reviews Tarquin Hall's third Vish Puri outing, The Case of the Deadly Butter Chicken likening the author to P G Wodehouse;

Lynn Harvey reviews the paperback release of Anne Holt's Fear Not, tr. Marlaine Delargy the fourth (and best imho) in the Vik-Stubo series;

JF reviews David Jackson's second book set in New York, The Helper;

Terry Halligan reviews the sixth in Bill Kitson's Mike Nash series, Identity Crisis;

Terry also reviews Alanna Knight's The Seal King Murders set in 1861;

Maxine Clarke reviews Michael Ridpath's Meltwater the third in his Fire & Ice series set in Iceland

and Michelle Peckham reviews the paperback release of Domingo Villar's Death on a Galician Shore, tr. Sonia Soto which was shortlisted for last year's International Dagger.
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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