New Reviews on Euro Crime: Blake, Booth, Granger, Hayder, Indridason, Miller, Peterson, Robertson, Zeh

Here are details of the latest reviews added to the Euro Crime website:

Several of Nicholas Blake's Nigel Strangeways titles have just been reissued by Vintage and we'll be reviewing them, starting with 'The Beast Must Die' reviewed here by Amanda Gillies;

Susan White reviews Stephen Booth's twelfth Cooper & Fry novel, 'Dead and Buried' set in Derbyshire;

Rich Westwood reviews the fourth in Ann Granger's Victorian series: 'A Particular Eye for Villainy';

Sarah Hilary reviews Mo Hayder's standalone 'Hanging Hill' which is now out in paperback;

Maxine Clarke reviews Arnaldur Indridason's 'Black Skies', tr. Victoria Cribb in which Sigurdur Oli takes the lead role;

Terry Halligan reviews Danny Miller's follow-up to 'Kiss Me Quick', 'The Gilded Edge' set in 1965 London;

Lizzie Hayes reviews Mark Peterson's debut 'Flesh and Blood' set in Brighton and introducing DS Minter;

Please welcome Waterstones bookseller and reviewer Jackie Farrant to the Euro Crime review team. Here she reviews Craig Robertson's 'Cold Grave', the third in his Glasgow-set series

and Lynn Harvey reviews Juli Zeh's intriguing 'The Method', tr. Sally-Ann Spencer which is not a crime novel as such but a "what-if" novel. or via the blog:

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

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Karen M