If you are starting a literature review, try Bibliographic Index Plus which indexes literature reviews, as well as other bibliographies. This database indexes bibliographies in journals, books, and book chapters. Around 2,800 journals and 5,000 books are indexed per year. Foreign language material is also covered. Sources include bibliographic essays, literature reviews, serial bibliographies, and bibliographies appearing as regular features in journals. Many of the bibliographies indexed are available in one of the Library's full text resources.
For advice on writing literature reviews, consult this e-book in NetLibrary.
Hunt, Andy. "The Literature Survey." Chap. 4 in Your Research Project: How to Manage It. London: Taylor & Francis Routledge, 2005.
For more information see the LEARN guide 'Compiling an annotated bibliography'.