- The Cocktail Waitress by James M. Cain
- The Kings of Cool by Don Winslow
- Rush of Blood by Mark Billingham
- The Girl on the Stairs by Louise Welsh
- Last to Die by Tess Gerritsen
Julia Handford with new books for your shelf, including a lost novel by James M. Cain. Her short reviews at telegraph.co.uk.
»While Billingham may have written a clever crime novel, it is Ellory who has written a great one.«
Sue Turnbull on two new crime novels: Rush of Blood by Mark Billingham and A Dark And Broken Heart by R.J. Ellory. Her review at theage.com.au.
»There is little successful detection in this book, but the backdrop to the crimes, which occupies much of the narrative, is like watching a cruelly perceptive play about the erosion of trust, petty disputes that turn bitter, and relationships that become chipped and tarnished by careless use.«
David Prestidge about the novel Rush of Blood by Mark Billingham. His review at Crime Fiction Lover.