This week, Terry Halligan runs out of superlatives for Simon Beckett's The Chemistry of Death. Geoff Jones enjoys Gagged and Bound by Natasha Cooper with just a couple of caveats. My eyes struggled a little with the size of the font but I did enjoy Mark Lalbeharry's The Simian Curve and Maxine Clarke was very impressed with The Tenderness of Wolves by Stef Penney.
The Authors (now 555 sites) page has been updated.
The New Releases pages have been updated.
In Books there are now bibliographies for 1081 authors - I've added bibliographies for the following: Tapani Bagge, Martin Baker, Jimmy Boyle, Heimo Lampi, Andrei Rubanov, Mauri Sariola, Gerald Seymour, Vladimir Sorokin and Michael White and updated the bibliographies for: Ken Bruen, Clare Curzon, Kjell Eriksson, Gillian Galbraith, Jason Goodwin, Michael Gregorio, Nigel McCrery, Phil Rickman, Stella Rimington, Catherine Shaw and Felicity Young.
and finally, a reminder of the current competitions and the fact that they are open world-wide:
Win one of three copies of 'Strangers' by Carla Banks
Win one of five copies of 'Relentless' by Simon Kernick
Win a copy of 'Go to Helena Handbasket' by Donna Moore
Win one of three copies of 'What Was Lost' by Catherine O'Flynn