Every week six new reviews are added to the website. I've set up a poll to get a bit of feed-back to see if that's too few, too many or about right. Please spare a few seconds to vote and/or leave a comment. Thank you :-).
And here are this week's new reviews and details of the current competitions:
This week we're visiting all over the globe: Scotland, America, Sweden, Norway, China and Italy.
Pat Austin reviews the début novel from Karen Campbell, The Twilight Time, set in Glasgow and concludes that despite its problems, she'd probably read another;
Kerrie Smith is very impressed with Richard & Judy selection: R J Ellory's A Quiet Belief in Angels - another Brit setting his books in America;
I was very disappointed in Kjell Eriksson's The Cruel Stars of the Night which spends a lot of time away from the detectives
A second review of Broken by Karin Fossum comes courtesy of Maxine Clarke who writes that "BROKEN is a wonderful, haunting book, full of powerful, overwhelming emotions";
Sunnie Gill pops over to China to look at how the past has impacted on present-day China in Diane Wei Liang's Paper Butterfly;
and Geoff Jones reviews Spider by Michael Morley which is set in both Italy and New York and is the first in the Jack King ex-FBI Profiler series.
Win a copy of Death on a Branch Line by Andrew Martin*
* no restrictions on entrants (ends 30 June)
Win a copy of Blood Lines by Grace Monroe**
** UK/Europe only (ends 5 July)