Here are this week's reviews:
Susan White reviews Alison Bruce's second book in the Cambridge-set DC Goodhew series, The Siren, which is now available in paperback;Previous reviews can be found in the review archive and forthcoming titles can be found by author or date or by category, here.
Maxine Clarke reviews Karen Campbell's fourth book in this loose Glasgow-based series, Proof of Life;
Rich Westwood reviews Christopher Fowler's, Bryant & May on the Loose, the seventh in this series featuring the two elderly policemen who work for London's Peculiar Crimes Unit;
Sarah Hilary reviews the new Dick Francis book Gamble written by Felix Francis and considers what does make a "Dick Francis novel"?;
Lynn Harvey reviews Casey Hill's Taboo the first in the series which brings Californian Reilly Steel to Ireland;
Terry Halligan reviews the new "Spider" book from Stephen Leather: Fair Game
and Michelle Peckham favourably reviews book of the moment, Snowdrops by A D Miller.