Sunday, December 08, 2013

New Reviews on Euro Crime: Chatterton, Craig, Hannah, Holt, Lawton, Leather, Rickman, Shepherd, Yates

As posted elsewhere earlier today....

 As usual this set of reviews, added to Euro Crime today, is a mixture of new reviews and a catch-up of those posted directly on the blog in the last two weeks.

New Reviews:

JF reviews 'Down Among the Dead Men' by Ed Chatterton, the second in the DCI Frank Keane series, set in Liverpool and this time also LA;

Geoff Jones reviews James Craig's 'The Circus', the fourth in the DI John Carlyle series set in London;

Amanda Gillies reviews 'Monument to Murder' by Mari Hannah, the fourth in the DCI Kate Daniels series set in Northumberland;

Lynn Harvey reviews Anne Holt's 'Blessed Are Those Who Thirst' tr. Anne Bruce, the second outing for Oslo's Detective Inspector Hanne Wilhelmsen;

Norman Price reviews 'Then We Take Berlin' by John Lawton, a non-Troy book which "...certainly meets the Troy standard of eccentricity, humour, meticulous historical research and readability";

Terry Halligan reviews Stephen Leather's 'True Colours', the tenth in the "Spider" series;

Rich Westwood reviews 'The Magus of Hay' by Phil Rickman, the twelfth book in the Merrily Watkins series;

Terry also reviews Lynn Shepherd's 'A Treacherous Likeness the third in the Charles Maddox series, this time involving a mystery around the Shelleys

and Amanda also reviews Christopher J Yates's debut 'Black Chalk', starting her review with: "Oh this book is seriously good". or via the blog:

Forthcoming titles can be found by author or date or by category, here ( along with releases by year.

There is also a Euro Crime page on Facebook which you can like and will keep you up to date with what's on the blog (plus occasional extras).

best wishes,
Karen M

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