While a review site normally for print on demand and self-published books Odyssey Reviews sometimes reviews books by other sources. They recently took a look at Michael Sullivan's Crown Conspiracy and decided it deserved some greater attention.
The review starts out with...
"I will admit, that over the last few years I have grown away from the fantasy genre, so this book sat in my "to be read" pile a bit longer than it should have. However once I opened it up, I was thrilled with the story. What we have here is a very well thought out tale of intrigue... regicide, battles over the throne, conspiracy, and two thieves thrown into the mix keep the story line moving at a rapid pace."
And concludes with..
"Would I read these follow up novels? It is highly likely. This is by far one of the most well written independent novels I have had the pleasure of reading. I highly recommend it to both lovers of fantasy, and also those who like stories along the lines of the King Arthur legends, and the tales of the Green Knight."
You can read the full review here. The review is careful to avoid any spoilers that would ruin the reading experience