Here are this week's new reviews:
Amanda Gillies reviews Louis Bayard's The School of Night set in modern day, and Elizabethan England;Previous reviews can be found in the review archive.
Lynn Harvey reviews Colin Cotterill's Killed at the Whim of a Hat which is now out in paperback and she makes an unexpected comparison with a well-known US series...;
I review the audio version of Francis Durbridge's Tim Frazer Again read by Anthony Head;
Susan White reviews Sophie Hannah's Lasting Damage which is now out in paperback, and which reminded her of Barbara Vine's earlier work;
Maxine Clarke reviews the new Tony Hill-Carol Jordan from Val McDermid, The Retribution;
Terry Halligan reviews Stuart Neville's debut, The Twelve aka The Ghosts of Belfast (US) which he thought was brilliant and original
and I also review the debut from Kristina Ohlsson: Unwanted, tr. Sarah Death which is gripping despite being a bit predictable.
Forthcoming titles can be found by author or date or by category, here and new titles by Declan Burke, Patrick Conrad, David Hodges, Arlene Hunt, Eva Joly & Judith Perrignon, J D Mallinson, Zygmunt Miloszewski, Harri Nykanen, Sam Ripley and Norman Russell have been added to these pages this week.