I KNOW A SECRET Tess Gerritsen Bantam Press £18.99 HOLY smoke, detective Jane Rizzoli and forensic pathologist Maura Isles are on the trail of a killer taking inspiration from the gory martyrdom of saints portrayed on the stained glass windows of a Catholic church. Maura makes the connection on a visit to the church where her former lover is now a priest. But she and Jane had no inkling of this when they attended the first crime scene. In an apartment decorated with bloody horror film posters, a young woman is found dead with her amputated eyes in the palm of her hand. Then a young man’s body is found with arrows impaled in his chest. As Jane suspects Maura’s theory about the martyrs may well be right, the duo discover a woman was burned alive on the day that celebrates =Joan of Arc. Things take an even murkier turn when Rizzoli uncovers a link to a notorious Boston child abuse case. The Rizzoli and Isles TV series was a frothy hit on Alibi, but this 12th case retains the dark edge and gripping writing that makes the books bestsellers, while Rizzoli’s dry wit is as sharp as Isles’ scalpel. Terrific! Review by Alex Gordon. Who played Rizzoli in the TV series? Entries to Alex Gordon, Secret competition by August 17. THE OLIVE TREE Lucinda Riley Pan £7.99 THIS compelling saga transports you to Cyprus with no airport delays. It’s a cracking tale by an author who creates characters that leap right off the pages and makes you care about them. That’s why she’s sold over 8 million books. Helena returns to Cyprus, which she’s always SINGLE FOR THE SUMMER Mandy Baggot Ebury Press £6.99 FANS beware, you could become the centre of attention on the beach – laughing out loud at Baggot’s latest ribtickling romance. It’s great fun, light and fizzy and thoroughly enjoyable as we see heroine Tess’s resolution never to fall in love again tested to the limit. Tess was jilted, so she knows loved, to claim Pandora, a now decaying mansion left to her by her godfather. But there are things she hasn’t told husband William or teenage son Alex and secrets locked in memories within Pandora, threaten to spill out. You’ll love it! how a lovelorn pal feels when she suggests a girly getaway to Corfu. Naturally things don’t go to plan when Tess pretends to be handsome restaurateur Andras’ girlfriend, just to get his pushy mum off his back. Cupid has other ideas! KUNG FU YOGA Kaleidoscope, cert 12 DVD £7.99 JACKIE Chan fans rejoice. He’s rediscovered his comedy-action form in a fast moving adventure tale in the Indiana Jones mould, marking a collaboration in film-making between China and India. Chan shows there’s lots of life left in the old master yet playing Chinese archaeologist Jack who heads an expedition to find a long lost treasure – one we learn about in an action-packed prologue set in 647AD where Chan portrays a heroic Tang dynasty hero. Highlight of the crazily enjoyable family fun film is a stunning car chase in Dubai. In which remake did Jackie star with Will Smith’s son? Entries to Alex Gordon, Kung Fu competition. ELECTRIC DREAMS Second Sight, cert PG Blu-ray £19.99 THE title track by Phil Oakey and Giorgio Moroder makes this re-mastered 1984 hit feel instantly familiar. The technology’s quaintly dated, but you’ll still enjoy it. Miles (Lenny von Dohlen), is a hopeless architect whose jealous computer Edgar sets out to ruin his life in all sorts of ways as they vie for the attention of Madeline (Virginia Madsen) a blonde, brilliant, neighbour who plays cello in a symphony orchestra. Edgar may not understand the meaning of human love, but he’s in tune with Madeline, much to Miles’ dismay. It’s great fun, as are all the 80s’ soundtrack hits. Phil Oakey fronted which group? Entries to Alex Gordon, Electric comp.