Win a copy of Daisychain by G J Moffat (UK only)
This week's reviews are all of translated crime fiction:
Maxine Clarke reviews the US edition of Andrea Camilleri's The Wings of the Sphinx, tr. Stephen Sartarelli (the UK edition is out in June);Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found by author or date, here.
Laura Root reviews the paperback edition of Marek Krajewski's The End of the World in Breslau, tr. Danusia Stok;
Double Henning Mankell reviews this week, as reviewers Terry Halligan and Michelle Peckham contrast the books of Faceless Killers and The Fifth Woman, both translated by Steven T Murray, with their BBC TV counterparts;
Maxine also reviews Jo Nesbo's The Snowman, tr. Don Bartlett which she says is the best yet
and Terry Halligan enjoyed The Locked Room by Sjowall and Wahloo.