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.
Pile by the Bed reviews The Other Side of Her by BM Carroll a domestic thriller partly based on her own experiences as an Irish backbackeroin Australia.
Pile by the Bed reviews The Fall Between by Darcy Tindale. Debut Australian rural crime fiction set in the Hunter Valley.
Pile by the Bed reviews Dying to Know by Rae Cairns, a standalone thriller follow up to her Ned Kelly Award shortlisted debut The Good Mother.
Pile by the Bed reviews City of Dreams by Don Winslow, historical organised crime follow up to City on Fire, moving the bulk of the action to Los Angeles.
Pile by the Bed finds Dennis Lehane back in the familiar territory of South Boston in the 1970s in his excoriating new book Small Mercies. Recommended
Pile by the Bed reviews The Half Brother by Christine Keighery a horror-tinged psychological thriller that explores the issue of nature versus nurture.
Pile by the Bed reviews The Double Bind by Lorraine Peck, organised crime follow up to her Ned Kelly Award winning debut The Second Son.
Pile by the Bed reviews Red Queen by Juan Gómez-Jurado, the first book in his Spanish thriller trilogy featuring the hyper-intelligent Antonia Scott and her dogged partner, former police officer Jon Gutiérrez
Pile by the Bed reviews The Mimicking of Known Successes by Malka Older a Holmesian-style crime story set on Jupiter.
Pile by the Bed reviews How to Kill a Client by Joanna Jenkins an Australian crime debut that takes on toxic masculinity in the boardroom and beyond.
Pile by the Bed reviews Judgement Day by Mali Waugh, debut Australian crime fiction that takes readers behind the scenes of the Australian Family Court.
Pile by the Bed reviews I Have Some Questions for You by Rebecca Makkai a novel which uses the creation of a true crime podcast to explore their popularity and their impact but also a range of other issues. Recommended
Pile byt the Bed reviews The House in the Pines by Ana Reyes a debut thriller with an enreliable heroine uncovering dark secrets about her past.