Nine new reviews have been added to Euro Crime today:
I review an earlier entry in the Hamish Macbeth series by M C Beaton, Death of a Valentine;
Allison & Busby are reprinting the Monsieur Pamplemousse series by Michael Bond, and Lynn Harvey reviews Monsieur Pamplemousse Afloat;
Lindsey Davis has begun a new series, Falco: The New Generation starring Flavia, the adopted daughter of Falco who makes her debut investigation in The Ides of April, reviewed here by Sarah Ward;
Amanda Gillies reviews Sleepwalkers by Tom Grieves which she loved: "if  you love books that draw you in and freak you out, this one is for you!";
Sarah Hilary reviews Poppet by Mo Hayder, the sixth in the Jack Caffery series, writing that it's even better than Skin and Ritual;
Terry Halligan reviews the second in the DI Silas Quinn series The Mannequin House by R N Morris saying that it's an "excellent historical mystery book with a very intelligent and historically accurate plot";
Laura Root reviews Priscilla Royal's Wine of Violence the first in the Eleanor, Prioress series, set in the thirteenth century, which gets its UK release almost ten years after its US one;
Michelle Peckham reviews Death in Sardinia by Marco Vichi tr. Stephen Sartarelli, the third in the Inspector Bordelli series, which she called "a real pleasure to read"
and fans of the BBC series Death in Paradise might want to check out Marianne Wheelaghan's Food of Ghosts the first in the DS Louisa Townsend series, set on the Pacific Island of Tarawa, reviewed here by Susan White.
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.