Three new books added to our reading pile over the last few weeks – all series titles.
Ask No Questions by Lisa Hartley
[ Available from Amazon ]
Lisa Hartley is the bestselling author of the Detective Sergeant Catherine Bishop Series. This is the first book in her new Detective Caelan Small Series.
After an operation goes badly wrong, undercover specialist Detective Caelan Small leaves the Metropolitan Police for good. Or so she thinks. Then the criminal responsible is seen back in the UK. Soon Caelan is drawn back into a dangerous investigation. But when the main lead is suddenly murdered, all bets are off. Nothing is as it seems. Everyone is a suspect – even close colleagues. Someone in the Met is involved and Caelan is being told to Ask No Questions.
July release. Review copy thanks to Canelo via Faye Rogers PR.
UPDATE: Read our review
And Fire Came Down by Emma Viskic
To say I was excited when this hotly anticipated title, Book 2 in the Caleb Zelic Thriller Series arrived in the mail was an understatement.
Emma Viskic’s first title, Resurrection Bay, was one of my favourite books of 2015 and it went on to win lots of awards here in Australia incl. the Ned Kelly Award for Best First Fiction. It is a thriller of substance – a must read. AND I’m delighted to report that Pushkin Vertigo think so too, recently announcing upcoming UK and US release dates.
Unsurprisingly And Fire Came Down is already getting rave reviews pre-release, and it is next up on my reading pile!
1 August release. Review copy thanks to Bonnier Publishing.
UPDATE: Read our Review
Betrayal at Iga by Susan Spann
I have a soft spot for Susan Spann’s Hiro Hattori Novels (Shinobi Mysteries). After enjoying The Blade of the Samurai (Book 2), hosting a very interesting post from the author about Goshikimai: the Ninjas’ Coded Rice for Book 3’s release and being entertained by The Ninja’s Daughter (Book 4), I was delighted to receive a copy of Betrayal at Iga (Book 5).
“Spann keeps getting better, as shown by her fifth novel set in 16th-century Japan, a taut closed-circle mystery with perilous consequences…. Fans of classic whodunits will be pleased.” —Publishers Weekly
July release. Review copy thanks to Seventh Street Books.
What else has been going on here at Booklover Book Reviews?
- Entries in our A Reluctant Warrior Worldwide Book Giveaway close 18 July.
- Michael Fitzgerald visited to share the journeys and travel experiences that inspired him to write his debut novel The Pacific Room, about the last days of Robert Louis Stevenson.
- We did a round-up of our Best Books of 2017 so far, and now in our first ever Twitter Poll we are letting our followers decide which of these titles will be on offer in worldwide book giveaway – Semi final 1. Just select which title and press the ‘Vote Button’ to register your vote (that will automatically update the results pinned to the top of my twitter page).
— Jo @ BLBookReviews (@BLBookReviews) July 15, 2017