Sunday, January 24, 2010

New Reviews: Breckon, Cotterill, Hall, Jungstedt, Pineiro, Strong

January competition reminder: 3 copies of A K Shevchenko's Bequest are up for grabs. There are no geographical restrictions. Details of how to enter can be found here.

Here are this week's reviews:
Rik Shepherd reviews the Ian Breckon's debut novel, set in WW2: Knight of Swords;

Michelle Peckham reviews the paperback edition of Colin Cotterill's Curse of the Pogo Stick the fith in the Dr Siri series;

Maxine Clarke reviews M R Hall's The Disappeared, the follow up to the award-winning The Coroner;

Laura Root reviews the paperback release of Mari Jungstedt's Unknown, tr. Tiina Nunnally (US: The Inner Circle), the third in the Inspector Knutas series set on Gotland;

I review Argentinian author Claudia Pineiro's delightfully gossipy Thursday Night Widows, tr. Miranda France

and Terry Halligan reviews the re-release of Terence Strong's Stalking Horse set during the first Gulf War.
Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found here.


Maxine said...

Some nice reviews, Karen, as usual. Thursday Night Widows sounds great fun and I shall definitely put that on my list as I think I'd enjoy it. Although I don't read Jack Higgins-style thrillers any more, the one by Terence Strong sounds very tempting, also. Interesting to see Laura's slightly different take on Unknown.

Danielle said...

I enjoyed your review of Thursday Night Widows--I just finished it myself over the weekend and really enjoyed it. Although I don't watch Desperate Housewives, it came to mind as I was reading, too!