The following reviews have been added to the review archive over on the main Euro Crime website. The faint theme this week is humorous mysteries:
New Reviews:Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found here.
Rik Shepherd was disappointed that the third Evadne Mount book from Gilbert Adair, And Then There Was No One, took an entirely different approach to the previous two;
Mike Ripley reviews Alexandria by Lindsey Davis a series which he describes as "a long-running situation comedy";
Maxine Clarke reviews the paperback edition of L C Tyler's The Herring Seller's Apprentice which she calls "a wonderful book"
and Michelle Peckham reviews the paperback edition of This Night's Foul Work by Fred Vargas.
The new competition is for a copy of The Doomsday Prophecy by Scott Mariani. (Closing date is 21st February, one entry per household and UK/Europe entrants only.)
The existing competition is for a set of the ten Martin Beck books by Sjowall and Wahloo. (Closing date is 14th February, one entry per household and UK/Europe entrants only.)