Pile by the Bed reviews The Slaughterman’s Daughter, a wild ride across 19th century Poland by Israeli writer Yaniv Iczkovits
Award winning Australian crime author Candice Fox focuses on four damaged women in her latest crime thriller Gathering Dark.
Pile by the Bed reviews False Value, the eighth entry in Ben Aaronovitch’s always enjoyable urban fantasy meets crime Rivers of London Series
Pile by the Bed reviews Amnesty, the new book by Booker Prize winner Aravind Adiga, a morality play featuring an illegal Sri Lankan refugee in Sydney
Pile by the Deb reviews Dare to Think by Belle Currer, the first in a new dystopian crime fiction series.
Pile by the Bed reviews Hi Five by Joe Ide, the fourth book in his IQ crime fiction series set in Los Angeles.
Pile by the Bed reviews Fifty Fifty by Steve Cavanagh – another page-turning, twisty Eddie Flynn legal thriller with a killer premise.
Pile by the Bed reviews and recommends The Good Turn by Dervla McTiernan, the third in her Cormac Reilly series which started with The Ruin.
Pile by the Bed reviews February’s Son by Alan Parks, the second in his dark tartan noir series set in Glasgow in 1973.
Pile by the Bed reviews The Last Day by Andrew Hunter Murray, a high-concept post-apocalyptic dystopian thriller.
Pile by the Bed reviews The Devil by Nadia Dalbuono, the fifth in her Italian procedural series featuring Leone Scarmacio
Pile by the Bed reviews The Siberian Dilemma by Martin Cruz Smith, the ninth of his Arkady Renko novels, a series which started with Gorky Park.
Pile by the Bed reviews A Murder on Malabar Hill – the start of a new historical crime series by Sujata Massey set in 1920s India and featuring Perveen Mistry, one the country’s only female lawyers
Pile by the Bed reviews The Art of Dying by Ambrose Parry (Raven and Fisher #2) historical crime fiction sequel to The Way of All Flesh.
Pile by the Bed reviews In the Clearing by JP Pomare a crime thriller based on the true story of the Australian cult known as The Family.
Pile By the Bed lists the Top 5 crime fiction novels of 2019 and 5 more honourable mentions
Pile by the Bed reviews Darkness for Light by Emma Viskic (Caleb Zelic #3) finds it essential reading for fans of this award winning series.
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 Heaven, My Home by Attica Locke (Highway 59 #2) – Insightful, atmospheric, engaging and tense.