Sunday, November 20, 2011

New Reviews: Dobbs, Goddard, Johnston, Keenan, Monroe, Penney

Here are this week's new reviews:
Geoff Jones reviews Michael Dobbs' Old Enemies, the fourth in the Harry Jones series, and which is now out in paperback;

Laura Root reviews Robert Goddard's twenty-second book, Blood Count which is also now now out in paperback;

Amanda Gillies reviews Paul Johnston's Maps of Hell which is the third in his Matt Wells series;

Susan White reviews Shy Keenan's debut fiction novel, The Stolen Ones which made for uncomfortable reading;

Terry Halligan reviews Aly Monroe's third Peter Cotton novel, Icelight which has just been listed in the Daily Telegraph's "Top 5 thrillers of 2011"

and Maxine Clarke reviews The Invisible Ones, the long awaited second book from Stef Penney and which Maxine thinks may even be better than the massively successful The Tenderness of Wolves.
Previous reviews can be found in the review archive.

Forthcoming titles can be found by author or date or by category, here and new titles by Michael Dobbs, Zoran Drvenkar, Robert Goddard, Penny Hancock, Giorgio Scerbanenco, Veronica Stallwood and Elizabeth Wilson have been added to these pages this week.


Uriah Robinson said...

It sounds as if Aly Monroe's third Peter Cotton story is of the same standard as her excellent and very atmospheric Washington Shadow, which was nominated for the CWA Ellis Peters.

Karen (Euro Crime) said...

I presume Icelight is already in your tbr?