Sunday, March 04, 2012

New Reviews: Bale, Dunn, Hall, Jardine, Ridpath, Smith & a New Competition

It's March and here's a new competition plus reviews of 6 more books...

Win Carnage by Maxim Chattam (UK only).

Here are this week's reviews:
Maxine Clarke reviews the new Joe Clayton thriller from Tom Bale, Blood Falls, now out in paperback;

Terry Halligan reviews the twentieth appearance by Daisy Dalrymple in Carola Dunn's Gone West;

Coroner Jenny Cooper is back in M R Hall's The Flight reviewed here by Sarah Hilary;

Susan White reviews Quintin Jardine's new Primavera Blackstone adventure, As Easy as Murder;

Lynn Harvey supplies the third glowing review on Euro Crime for Michael Ridpath's 66 Degrees North the second in this series set in Iceland, now out in paperback

and fans of Alexander McCall Smith's Mma (Precious) Ramtoswe won't want to miss her first case Precious and the Monkeys which I reviewed last week on the blog.
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 David Belbin, Fiona Buckley, N J Cooper, David Downing, Gillian Galbraith, Dolores Gordon-Smith, Tessa Harris, Cora Harrison, Veronica Heley, Diane Janes, Meurig Jones, Margaret Mayhew, Susanna Quinn, Jean Rowden, EV Seymour, John Gordon Sinclair and Simon Toyne have been added to these pages this week.

2 comments:

Margot Kinberg said...

Thanks as ever, Karen, for this roundup. A bit up and down this week, but I really do want to read that Ridpath.

Maxine said...

Thanks, indeed, Karen for these reviews. They remind me that I must catch up with Jenny Cooper (the coroner) again!