It's always great to receive a nice review of a book; actually, it better than that - it's fantastic. It's a huge boost after all the effort, and shows at least one person who likes what you've done and has been generous enough to say so. (OK, and especially nice in a national newspaper!)
The Daily Mail's Barry Turner has certainly done that in his Classic Crime review column, about my latest Inspector Lucas Rocco book (the 4th in the series) - 'Death at the Clos du Lac'.
I'll leave you to read it via the above link and make up your own minds, of course, but I have to include here his final line:
"The result is a pure joy, a crime novel that deserves to be ranked with the best."
(The Italics are mine. Sorry. But huge thanks to Barry for the words).
'Death at the Clos du Lac' - Allison & Busby - available in h/b and ebook - p/b to follow in April
Signed h/b copies from Goldsboro Books, London - others available from all the usual outlets.
Give Rocco a try. He's different.