Sunday, June 06, 2010

New Reviews: Connolly, Gray, Kelly, Rayne, Robertson, Timlin

Here are this week's reviews:
Pat Austin reviews the latest Charlie Parker from John Connolly, The Whisperers;

Paul Blackburn reviews the seventh of Alex Gray's Glasgow set series Five Ways to Kill a Man;

Maxine Clarke reviews the debut novel by Erin Kelly The Poison Tree, which has been likened to Barbara Vine's A Fatal Inversion;

Michelle Peckham reviews the paperback edition of Sarah Rayne's Ghost Song;

Terry Halligan reviews the second of Imogen Robertson's 18th Century series, Anatomy of Murder

and Geoff Jones reviews Mark Timlin's Guns of Brixton.
Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found by author or date, here.

2 comments:

Maxine said...

Great set of reviews - a few more for my list, now!

kathy d. said...

I have to say ala Foxy, that this column is making me purr. It's just great to see all of these new books coming out (although I cannot keep up especially since it takes a decade for European books to get over the Atlantic) and all the new reviews posted here and everything.

It's as good as walking into a bakery or a bookstore.

I just got "Hypothermia," from Book Depository, which may become a true friend.