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.
Pile by the Bed reviews The Wife and the Widow by Christian White, the follow up to his award winning debut The Nowhere Child and describes it as another page-turning stand alone thriller.
Pile by the Bed reviews Peace by Garry Disher, the long awaited (but a little unexpected) follow up to Bitterwash Road and calls is a "masterclass in crime fiction".
Pile by the Bed Reviews The Quantum Garden (Quantum Evolution #2) by Derek Kunsken, sequel to The Quantum Magician.
Pile by the Bed reviews Your House Will Pay the debut novel by Steph Cha that explores the ongoing echoes of 1992 Los Angeles riots.
Pile by the Bed reviewes To Calais, In Ordinary Time by James Meek, a journey across England in 1348, a time of impending plague
Pile by the Bed reviews Heaven, My Home by Attica Locke (Highway 59 #2) - Insightful, atmospheric, engaging and tense.
Pile by the Bed reviews Warrior of the Altaii, the previously unreleased debut novel from Wheel of Time author Robert Jordan
Pile by the Bed reviews The Divers' Game by Jesse Ball, short and disturbing connected stories set in a dystopian world.
Pile by the Bed reviews Blood in the Water by Jack Flynn a propulsive stand alone thriller set in and around Boston Harbour.
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.
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 Silver by Chris Hammer, Martin Scarsdale #2, sequel to Scrublands.
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 Nickel Boys, by Pulitzer Prize winner Colson Whitehead, the story of a reformatory school in Florida in the 1960s.
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
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.
Pile by the Bed reviews The Truants a campus-based coming of age debut by Kate Weinberg
Pile by the Bed reviews The Ten Thousand Doors of January, the debut fantasy novel by Alix E Harrow
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
Pile by the Bed reviews The Dutch House by Ann Patchett a beautifully observed book of families and coming to terms with your past.
Pile by the Bed reviews Bone China the latest gothic offering from Laura Purcell.
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 reviews The Secrets We Kept by Lara Prescott, a debut novel about the creation and distribution of Doctor Zhivago during the Cold War.
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 Old Lie by Claire G Coleman, which like Terra Nullius uses a science fiction frame to explore Aboriginal history
Pile by the Bed reviews The Rich Man's House the final novel by award winning Australian novelist Andrew McGahan
Pile by the Bed reviews The Violent Century by Lavie Tidhar an alternate twentieth century history with X-men style powers that asks what it means to be a hero.
Pile by the Bed reviews The Second Sleep by Robert Harris - a medieval post-apocalyptic thriller.
Pile by the Bed reviews To Be Taught if Fortunate, the new novella by humanist science fiction author Becky Chambers
Pile by the Bed reviews From Here on, Monsters by Elizabeth Bryer, an original and sometimes surreal look at how language affects our view of the world.
Pile by the Bed reviews Good Girl, Bad Girl by Michael Robotham - the start of a new series featuring psychologist Cyrus Haven
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 Lost Acre, the last volume in Andrew Caldecott's very English fantasy Rotherweird trilogy
Pile by the Bed reviews Lady in the Lake by Laura Lippman, a timely historical crime novel that explores Baltimore in the 1960s.
Pile by the Bed reviews Snake Island by Ben Hobson - a page-turning Australian rural crime thriller
Pile by the Bed reviews Lapse by Sarah Thornton, an enjoyable debut that adds to the growing catalogue of Australian rural crime fiction.
Pile by the Bed reviews See you at the Toxteth - a retrospective collection of the works by the Godfather of Australian crime fiction - Peter Corris