Laura Root reviews the paperback release of Easy Kill by Lin Anderson;Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found here.
Terry Halligan reviews Sanctuary by Ken Bruen the latest in the Jack Taylor series;
Maxine Clarke reviews Hypothermia by Arnaldur Indridason writing that "it is truly a mature, masterful and utterly fantastic book";
Amanda Gillies is equally enthusiastic about The Bible of Clay by Julia Navarro which is now out in paperback, beginning her review: "This is a cleverly written novel with a gripping storyline";
Geoff Jones reviews Druids Hill by Carl Tighe
and Michelle Peckham reviews The Mao Case by Qiu Xiaolong calling it a "a fascinating book".
Sunday, October 18, 2009
New Reviews: Anderson, Bruen, Indridason, Navarro, Tighe, Xiaolong
The settings for this week's books include Scotland, Ireland, Iceland, Iraq, England and China: