Lynn Harvey joins the review team with her review of Lee Child's fifteenth Reacher novel, Worth Dying For, which has just come out in paperback;Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found by author or date, here.
Sarah Hilary reviews Neil Cross's prequel to his tv series Luther, Luther: The Calling;
I reviewed Martin Edwards's The Serpent Pool on the blog last week (do read the comments as well!);
Lizzie Hayes reviews another fifteenth in the series - Kate Ellis's The Jackal Man the latest in the Wesley Peterson series just out in paperback;
Geoff Jones reviews Tana French's third book in a connected series of books, Faithful Place;
Amanda Gillies reviews the last in the Raven Trilogy by Giles Kristian , Raven: Odin's Wolves (but hopes for more!);
Terry Halligan reviews the recently released new thriller from Gerald Seymour A Deniable Death
and Maxine Clarke reviews double CWA Dagger winner Johan Theorin's third book in the Oland Quartet: The Quarry, tr. Marlaine Delargy.
Sunday, August 07, 2011
New Reviews: Child, Cross, Edwards, Ellis, French, Kristian, Seymour, Theorin
Here are this week's reviews, which include visits to Iraq, Ireland, Sweden, USA and the age of the Vikings(!) as well as the UK: