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I've added a few more reviews of those titles eligible for the 2011 CWA International Dagger, a topic which I'll be revisiting on the blog before the announcement of the shortlist on Friday, so do check back.
(I'll be at CrimeFest next weekend so there won't be any new reviews next Sunday.)
Here are this week's reviews:
Maxine Clarke reviews Mercy by Jussi Adler-Olsen, tr. Lisa Hartford, the first in the Department Q series;Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found by author or date, here.
Lizzie Hayes reviews Lars Kepler's debut The Hypnotist, tr. Ann Long;
I review Marek Krajewski's somewhat seedy but compulsive Phantoms of Breslau, tr. Danusia Stok which though it is the third in the series is set before the previous two;
Maxine also reviews the fourth in the Erica Falck/Patrik Hedstrom series, The Gallows Bird by Camilla Lackberg, tr. Steven T Murray;
Susan White reviews Jonathan Lewis's debut, Into the Darkness
and Geoff Jones reviews Howard Marks's Sympathy for the Devil.