Sunday, July 13, 2014

New Reviews: Ellis, Fossum, Grieves, Kent, Millar, Norman, Poulson, Simms

Here are nine reviews which have been added to the Euro Crime website today, four have appeared on the blog over the last week and five are completely new.

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New Reviews

Terry Halligan reviews two books by Mark Ellis, Princes Gate and Stalin's Gold, both set in 1940;

Lynn Harvey is very impressed with I Can See in the Dark by Karin Fossum tr. James Anderson;

Amanda Gillies reviews Tom Grieves' second book, A Cry in the Night, set in the Lake District;
Susan White reviews The Killing Room, the fifth in the Sandro Cellini series by Christobel Kent, set in Italy;

Michelle Peckham reviews Louise Millar's The Hidden Girl, set in Suffolk;

I review Andreas Norman's debut, a spy thriller set in Sweden and Brussels: Into a Raging Blaze tr. Ian Giles;

Geoff Jones reviews, recent competition prize, Invisible by Christine Poulson

and Mark Bailey reviews Chris Simms' A Price to Pay, the second in the DC Iona Khan series set in Manchester.

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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