Sunday, February 13, 2011

New Reviews: Cleeves, Cumming, Henry, Hilton, McDermid, Robertson, Tallis

Here are this week's new reviews:
Maxine Clarke reviews the new Vera Stanhope novel from Ann Cleeves: Silent Voices;

Geoff Jones reviews Charles Cumming's The Trinity Six;

Amanda Gillies enjoyed the return of Jack Frost in James Henry's First Frost;

Michelle Peckham review the fourth in the Joe Hunter series by Matt Hilton: Cut and Run, now out in paperback;

Lizzie Hayes reviews the paperback release of Val McDermid's Trick of the Dark;

Terry Halligan reviews Random by Craig Robertson now out in paperback (both EC reviewers have loved it);

and Laura Root reviews Death and the Maiden by Frank Tallis, the newest and sixth in his historical, Vienna based Dr Liebermann series.
Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found by author or date, here.

1 comment:

Maxine said...

What a nice set of reviews. I have to confess I am now tempted to try First Frost, having told myself I would never read it, when I first heard that someone had taken over from the superb R D Wingfield and his hilarious but sad creation, Inspector Frost.