Since the last set of reviews, we've announced the winner of the Petrona Award 2014; I've been at CrimeFest and you can see my notes on twitter @eurocrime or on #crimefest14, and there's been lots of tv news.
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Geoff Jones reviews the latest in Quentin Bates's Icelandic series, Cold Steal which has just been released as an ebook;
I muse on the latest books in M C Beaton's Hamish Macbeth series including Death of a Policeman;
Michelle Peckham reviews the fourth in the Lacey Flint series by Sharon Bolton: A Dark and Twisted Tide;
Mark Bailey reviews John Harvey's Darkness, Darkness which is the last in the Resnick series and, I understand, his final crime novel;
Amanda Gillies reviews The Devil's Ribbon by D E Meredith, which is now out in paperback;
Rich Westwood reviews Thomas Mogford's Sign of the Cross which is set in Malta;
Terry Halligan reviews R N Morris's The Dark Palace, the third in the Silas Quinn series, set in 1914;
Lynn Harvey reviews Two Soldiers by Roslund & Hellstrom tr. Kari Dickson, which is now out in paperback
Capital Punishment by Robert Wilson, which is the first in the Charlie Boxer series and is also now out in paperback.
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.