Sunday, December 28, 2008

What to look forward to in January

January's new releases are dominated by the much awaited release of The Girl Who Played with Fire but there are a few established names and a few new names, with releases also out in January:
Adair, Gilbert - And Then There Was No One #3 Evadne Mount, crime writer

Bale, Tom - Skin and Bones

Chambers, Kimberley - Born Evil

Collett, Chris - Stalked by Shadows #5 Detective Inspector Tom Mariner, Birmingham

Cross, Neil - Burial

Dickinson, David - Death of a Pilgrim #8 Lord Francis Powerscourt, Victorian era

Hall, M R - The Coroner

Hall, Patricia - Devil's Game #15 Journalist Laura Ackroyd & Inspector Michael Thackeray, Yorkshire

Hartley, A J - What Time Devours #2 Thomas Knight, English Teacher

Jardine, Quintin - Inhuman Remains #1 Primavera Blackstone

Jeffries, Roderic - Sun, Sea and Murder #?? Insp Alvarez, Majorca

Larsson, Stieg - The Girl Who Played With Fire #2 Millennium Trilogy

Leather, Stephen - Live Fire #6 Dan Shepherd, SAS trooper turned undercover cop

Lovesey, Peter - Murder on the Short List (Short Stories)

Macken, John - Breaking Point #3 Reuben Maitland, GeneCrime

Mariani, Scott -The Doomsday Prophecy #3 Ben Hope, Ex-SAS

Marshall, Michael - Bad Things

Martin, Tom - Kingdom

McIntyre, Hope - Held to Ransom #4 Lee Bartholomew, Ghostwriter

Nadel, Barbara - River of the Dead #11 Cetim Ikmen, Policeman, Istanbul

Pearson, Mark - Hard Evidence #1 Detective Inspector Jack Delaney

Rees, Matt Benyon - The Samaritan's Secret #3 Omar Yussef, History Teacher, Bethlehem

Siger, Jeffrey - Murder in Mykonos #1 Former Athens police chief Andreas Kaldis & local police chief Tassos Stamatos, Mykonos

Somer, Mehmet Murat - The Kiss Murder #2 Hop-Ciki-Yaya series, unnamed transvestite/ nightclub owner, Istanbul

Tallis, Frank - Darkness Rising #4 Dr Max Liebermann, 1900s Vienna

Todd, Marilyn - Blood Moon #2 High Priestess Iliona, Ancient Greece
What are you most looking forward to reading, from the above?

3 comments:

WhereDunnit said...

I've read the Gilbert Adair, but I'm really looking forward to the second in Stieg Larsson's trilogy: The Girl Who Played With Fire.

Pat said...

The Michael Marshall would be my first choice out of the January releases. I know he's a tad American for some of you Eurofans but as you know I just love US-style crime fiction.

maxine said...

I just finished "The Girl who played with fire" and enjoyed it a lot! I also just read "Burial" which I highly recommend - very different books.