Pile by the Bed reviews The Detective by Ajay Chowdhury, the third book in his crime series about a disgraced Indian policeman who starts again in London with the help of his family and their restaurant
Pile by the Bed reviews Ordinary Gods and Monsters by Chris Womersley a kids-on-bikes coming-of-age crime story set in 1980s Melbourne suburbia.
Pile by the Bed reviews and recommends Ripper by Shelley Burr, page-turning Australian rural crime follow up to her award winning debut Wake.
Pile by the Bed reviews Kill for Me Kill for You a stand along thriller from Steve Cavanagh that takes a familiar crime trope and turns it on its head.
Pile by the Bed reviews When One of Us Hurst by Monica Vuu a dark Australian rural crime debut set in an uninviting town on the Tasmanian coast.
Pile by the Bed reviews Dark Corners by Megan Goldin, her second book feautring true crime podcaster Rachel Krall (following The Night Swim).
Pile by the Bed reviews The Unearthed by Lenny Bartulin a quiet, contemplative crime novel that explores the Eastern European migration to Tasmania after World War II.
Pile by the Bed reviews Independence Square by Martin Cruz Smith, the 10th outing for cynical, hardboiled Russian detective Arkady Renko
Pile by the Bed reviews The Housekeepers by Alex Hay an engaging heist/caper novel set in the upstairs downstairs world of Edwardian London.
Pile by the Bed reviews and recommends Crook Manifesto, the follow up to Harlem Shuffel and second in Colson Whitehead’s projected trilogy of heist novels set in Harlem between the 1960s and 1980s.
Pile by the Bef reviews The Drowning Girls by Veronica Lando an Australian crime thriller set on the steamy, mangrove shores of the Northern Australian coast.
Pile by the Bed reviews and recommends Lay Your Body Down by Amy Suiter Clarke a crime novel that deals with the insidious activities of religious cults.
Pile by the Bed reviews Traced by Catherine Jinks, her new domestic thriller set during the early days of the Covid pandemic
Pile by the Bed reviews Lowbridge by Lucy Campbell a rural Australian crime fiction debut in which an amateur detective tries to solve a 20 year old mystery that deals with issues of gender and class politics
Pile by the Bed reviews Next Girl Missing, the fist book in a new crime series by thriller writer LA LArkin.
Pile by the Bed reviews Broken Bay by Margaret Hickey, the third book in her South Australian rural crime series featuring Detective Mark Ariti
Pile by the Bed reviews The Interpreter by Brooke Robinson an intriguing crime fiction debut centring around a criminal law interpreter who decides to take justice into her own hands.
Pile by the Bed reviews To Die in June, the sixth book in Alan Parks “dark but pitch perfect Tartan Noir” series set in 1970s Glasgow.
Pile by the Bed reviews Voices of the Dead, the fourth book in Ambrose Parry’s Raven and Fisher historical crime series set around the medical fraternity in 19th century Edinburgh.
Pile by the Bed reviews and recommends Titanium Noir by Nick Harkway in which a classic noir detective deals with a world where the ultrawealthy have become literal titans thanks to an exlusive genetic treatement.