More reviews for BAPTISM. The Peterborough Evening Telegraph says: “This thriller has more twists than a bagful of snakes – and as much bite…A must read.”
The Crime Fiction Lover web site describes it as “a novel of almost unbearable tension…audacious and ambitious” (4 stars). The latter review can be read in full here: http://www.crimefictionlover.com/2012/08/baptism/
Some further crime blog activity for BAPTISM. Crime writer, Martin Edwards, discusses the book on his blog “Do You Write Under Your Own Name”: http://doyouwriteunderyourownname.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/new-books.html.
US mystery novelist and professor, Margot Kinberg discusses Baptism as part of her piece about trains being effective contexts for crime novels on her blog “Confessions of a Mystery Novelist”: http://margotkinberg.wordpress.com/2012/09/04/and-the-rhythm-of-the-rails-is-all-they-dream/.
Linda Wilson reviews Baptism very positively on her blog “Reviewing the Evidence” despite criticising some perceived grammatical errors and Police terminology: http://www.reviewingtheevidence.com/review.html?id=9338.
Sarah Ward also has positive things to say about the book on the Crimepieces web site: http://crimepieces.wordpress.com/2012/09/11/review-max-kinnings-baptism/.
Baptism is not really to Lynn Harvey’s taste on the Eurocrime web site. Read more here: http://www.eurocrime.co.uk/reviews/Baptism.html.