Pile by the Bed reviews Blood in the Water by Jack Flynn a propulsive stand alone thriller set in and around Boston Harbour.

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Pile by the Bed reviews In Darkness Visible by Tony Jones, which looks at the Balkan war and its aftermath, sequel to his historical thriller The Twentieth Man.

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Pile by the Bed reviews The Operators by Barry Heard, a thriller that draws on his own experiences in Vietnam.

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Pile by the Bed reviews Bruny by Heather Rose - an Australian political thriller set in Tasmania in the not too distant future.

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Pile by the Bed reviews Silver by Chris Hammer, Martin Scarsdale #2, sequel to Scrublands.

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Pile by the Bed reviews The Burning Land, the debut novel by BBC journalist George Alagiah set in South Africa and finds it timely and engaging.

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Pile By the Bed reviews The Nickel Boys, by Pulitzer Prize winner Colson Whitehead, the story of a reformatory school in Florida in the 1960s.

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Pile by the Bed reviews The Fifth Column by Andrew Gross, a historical thriller in which one man takes on Nazi sympathisers in America before World War II

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Pile by the Bed reviews a Before the Coffee Gets Cold by Toshikazu Kawaguchi, a gentle Japanese time travel tale set in a Tokyo cafe.

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Pile by the Bed reviews The Truants a campus-based coming of age debut by Kate Weinberg

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Pile by the Bed reviews The Ten Thousand Doors of January, the debut fantasy novel by Alix E Harrow

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Pile by the Bed reviews Night Boat to Tangier by Kevin Barry, the story of two ageing Irish gangsters and finds it to be a cross between Samuel Beckett and Quentin Tarrantino

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Pile by the Bed reviews Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo, a dark fantasy novel set in the very real world of the secret societies of Yale University.

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Pile by the Bed reviews The Dutch House by Ann Patchett a beautifully observed book of families and coming to terms with your past.

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Pile by the Bed reviews Bone China the latest gothic offering from Laura Purcell.

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Salander and Blomkvist are back again in Millennium #6. Pile by the Bed reviews The Girl Who Lived Twice by David Lagercrantz.

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Pile By the Bed reviews Wanderers by Chuck Wendig, an apocalyptic thriller that digs into the American heartland.

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Pile by the Bed reviews The Secrets We Kept by Lara Prescott, a debut novel about the creation and distribution of Doctor Zhivago during the Cold War.

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Pile by the Bed review The Chain, a compulsive stand alone thriller by two time Ned Kelly Award winner Adrian McKinty

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Pile by the Bed reviews The Old Lie by Claire G Coleman, which like Terra Nullius uses a science fiction frame to explore Aboriginal history

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