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Rich Westwood reviews Chris Brookmyre's, Where the Bones are Buried, set in Glasgow and now available in paperback;Previous reviews can be found in the review archive.
Amanda Gillies goes back to Ancient Egypt for Nick Drake's third Rahotep mystery, Egypt: The Book of Chaos;
Lynn Harvey travels to the Solomon Islands for G W Kent's One Blood the sequel to Devil-Devil;
Terry Halligan reviews Siege by the UK's equivalent to Harlan Coben: Simon Kernick;
Laura Root reviews the long-awaited UK release of Asa Larsson's The Black Path, tr. Marlaine Delargy (NB. This title precedes Until Thy Wrath Be Past);
Susan White reviews Kate Rhodes's debut Crossbones Yard the first in the Alice Quentin, psychologist series;
Terry also reviews Jeffrey Siger's Target: Tinos the fourth in his Greek series;
Geoff Jones reviews Jason Webster's A Death in Valencia, the sequel to his acclaimed Or the Bull Kills You
and Maxine Clarke reviews the Ellis Peters Historical Dagger 2012 shortlisted A Willing Victim the fourth in Laura Wilson's Ted Stratton series.
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