Sunday, November 14, 2010

New Reviews: Baraldi, Black, James, Kerr, Martin, Rubenfeld & New Competition

One competition for November and it is open to UK & Europe residents and closes on 30th November:
Win the Ellis Peters Award shortlist (6 books)

Here are this week's reviews:
Maxine Clarke reviews Barbara Baraldi's The Girl with the Crystal Eyes, tr. Judith Forshaw which unfortunately wasn't to her taste;

Amanda Gillies reviews the third in the Gus Drury series by Tony Black which is available in paperback now: Loss calling it a "storming success";

Terry Halligan reviews the paperback release of Peter James's newest Roy Grace book, Dead Like You;

Laura Root reviews the recently released 'Bernie Gunther' outing from Philip Kerr: Field Grey concluding that it is "an outstanding addition to a very impressive series";

Rik Shepherd reviews Andrew Martin's Death on a Branch Line which is the fifth in this "excellent but not flashy series" which is soon to number seven

and Michelle Peckham reviews Jed Rubenfeld's follow-up to The Interpretation of Murder - The Death Instinct.
Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found by author or date, here.

1 comment:

Margot Kinberg said...

Karen - Thanks, as always, for this list of reviews! I always enjoy being able to go back to them when I'm choosing what to read.