The major recent news for fans of Scandinavian crime fiction is that the shortlist for the Petrona Award, which is for the best Scandinavian crime novel (in translation), has been announced. All the details are on the Petrona Award website.
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Lynn Harvey encourages you to read Belinda Bauer's Rubbernecker which is now available in paperback;
Michelle Peckham reviews James Carol's Broken Dolls, the first in the ex-FBI profiler, Jefferson Winter series;
Michelle also reviews Sarah Hilary's striking debut, Someone Else's Skin which introduces DI Marnie Rome;
Rich Westwood reviews Christina James's In the Family, set in the Lincolnshire fens;
I venture off-topic with Annie Knox's Paws for Murder;
Terry Halligan reviews Stephen Leather's Lastnight - is it the end for Jack Nightingale?;
Terry also reviews the first in a new series from Adrian Magson, The Watchman;
Geoff Jones reviews R N Morris's The Dark Palace, the third in the Silas Quinn series
and Mark Bailey reviews Ian Rankin's latest "Rebus", Saints of the Shadow Bible.
Previous reviews can be found in the review archive.
Forthcoming titles can be found by author or date or by category, here along with releases by year.