Sunday, February 17, 2013

New Reviews: Charlton, Connor, Lemaitre, Lipska, Muir, Neville, Runcie, Solana, Voss & Edwards

Nine new reviews have been added to Euro Crime this week:

Geoff Jones reviews Karen Charlton's The Missing Heiress, the first in the Detective Lavender series set in 1809;

Amanda Gillies reviews Alex Connor's Memory of Bones, which revolves around Goya's skull;

JF reviews Pierre Lemaitre's Alex, tr. Frank Wynne, concluding her review with: "An absolute gem of a crime novel that is wonderfully dark, scary, mad, bad and dangerous to know, but just far too good to miss...";

Michelle Peckham reviews Anya Lipska's debut, Where the Devil Can't Go which she very much enjoyed;

Laura Root reviews TF Muir's Tooth for a Tooth the third in the DI Gilchrist series set in St Andrews;

Lynn Harvey reviews Stuart Neville's Ratlines stating that it is "a convincing magnetic thriller";

Terry Halligan reviews the Father Brown-esque Sidney Chambers and the Shadow of Death by James Runcie;

I reviewed Teresa Solana's The Sound of One Hand Killing, tr. Peter Bush on the blog last week

and Rich Westwood reviews Louise Voss and Mark Edwards's All Fall Down, the second in the Kate Maddox series.

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.


Margot Kinberg said...

Thanks, Karen - Lots to like this time and I appreciate the reminder of a few books (e.g. the Neville) that I want to read.

Anonymous said...

What a lovely list of books! Heard good things about the Lipska novel and Ratlines. And I am so looking forward to reviewing Lemaitre myself!