Pile by the Bed reviews The Operators by Barry Heard, a thriller that draws on his own experiences in Vietnam.
Pile by the Bed reviews Bruny by Heather Rose – an Australian political thriller set in Tasmania in the not too distant future.
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.
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
Salander and Blomkvist are back again in Millennium #6. Pile by the Bed reviews The Girl Who Lived Twice by David Lagercrantz.
Pile By the Bed reviews Wanderers by Chuck Wendig, an apocalyptic thriller that digs into the American heartland.
Pile by the Bed review The Chain, a compulsive stand alone thriller by two time Ned Kelly Award winner Adrian McKinty
Pile by the Bed reviews The Warehouse by Rob Hart – a new dystopian thriller that takes on Amazon and the American dream.
Pile by the Bed reviews The Ottoman Secret by Raymond Khoury an alternate history thriller that asks what if the Ottoman Empire sucessfully conquered Europe in the 17th Century.
Pile by the Bed reviews and recommends Jade War by Fonda Lee, second book in the Green Bone trilogy.
Pile by the Bed reviews This is Gomorrah a fictional thriller about the dark web by tech philosopher Tom Chatfield
Pile by the Bed reviews The Devil Aspect – the new stand alone gothic serial killer thriller by Craig Russell
Pile by the Bed reviews To Kill the Truth, the latest thriller from Sam Bourne.
Pile by the Bed reviews Hunter by Jack Heath, Timothy Blake #2 -“another compulsive page turner”
Pile by the Bed reviews Out of the Dark by Gregg Hurwitz, the fourth Orphan X thriller.
Pile by the Bed reviews The Flower Girls by Alice Clark-Platts
Pile by the Bed reviews Twisted, the new stand alone thriller by Steve Cavanagh
Pile by the Bed reviews Flight Risk by Michael McGuire
Pile by the Bed reviews Someone Like Me by M R Carey
The Anomaly is an old school adventure story, if your school is action movies of the 1980s and 1990s. A cross between Indiana Jones, the works of Dan Brown and the X-Files, The Anomaly follows a group of documentary makers in search of the unknown who, never thinking they will actually find it, stumble on an ancient mystery. What follows is a thriller that ticks all of the haunted house boxes. Nolan Moore is a washed up screenwriter who is scraping by making a web-based TV series called The Anomaly Files. In the show he pursues hidden secrets, myths and conspiracies. He never actually finds any but he tells a good story. In this case he is planning to tell the story of a mysterious cave found in the depths of the Grand Canyon by some explorers in the 19th Century. Bankrolled by a new sponsor, Nolan sets off with his crew and a journalist, to see if he can locate the cave. But when he actually manages to find it and is trapped inside with his crew, an ancient mechanism is triggered and all hell breaks loose. Michael Rutger (pen name of British novelist Michael Marshall Smith) is, according…