March's competitions cover the spectrum of crime fiction from cozy-ish, to semi-professional sleuth to noir - plus Wire in the Blood DVDs!
In detail, the prizes are:
- five copies of 'Haggard Hawk' by Marcus Barr
- five copies of 'Cross' by Ken Bruen
- ten copies of A Greater Evil/Evil is Done by Natasha Cooper
- two sets of Seasons 1-3 of Wire in the Blood on DVD (R1)
Check them out on the Competition page
(NB. There are geographical restrictions on entry on all but 'Cross')
The new reviews are:
The Arsenic Labyrinth by Martin Edwards, reviewed by me, Death by Chocolate by Toby Moore, reviewed by Karen Chisholm, The Naming of the Dead by Ian Rankin, reviewed by Sunnie Gill plus Mike Ripley's February crime file.
The Authors list of homepages is up to 529 sites.
The New Releases pages have been updated.
In Books there are now bibliographies for 1046 authors. I've added bibliographies for: Marcel Allain & Pierre Souvestre, Martin Amis, Anicet Bourgeois, David Callinan and Andy McNab and updated the bibliographies for: Ruth Dudley Edwards. Richard Gwyn, Toby Moore, Stuart Pawson, Javier Sierra and Jose Carlos Somoza.
Also in Books I've added a list of authors born in Northern Ireland and Wales. (Scotland to follow shortly!)