Best Crime Fiction of 2012
Darkness on the Edge of Town
Vincent is nearly forty years old, with little to show for his life except his precious sixteen-year-old daughter, Gemma: sensitive, insightful and wise beyond her years. When a stranger crashes her car outside Vincent and Gemma's...
Swedish crime sensation and No. 1 international bestseller, Camilla Lackberg's new psychological thriller - for fans of Stieg Larsson and Jo Nesbo
A dark, riveting, and lightning fast novel of murder, intrigue,
and political corruption, set in 1936 Hungary during the rise of
Adolph Hitler and the Nazis in Germany, Budapest Noir marks the
emergence of an extraordinary new...
WON THE NED KELLY AWARD FOR BEST CRIME FICTION 2013It's September 1957, two days before the VFL grand final, and Detective Sergeant Charlie Berlin, former bomber pilot and ex-POW, finally has some time off. But there's...
Antarctica is the coldest, most isolated place on earth. Luke
Searle, maverick glaciologist, has made it his home. But soon his
survival skills will be tested to the limit by a ruthless mercenary
who must win at any...
The Midnight Promise: A Detective’s Story in Ten Cases
In each of these ten delicious stories Zane Lovitt presents an intriguing investigation filled with humour and complex, beautifully observed characters. At their centre is John Dorn, solving not so much crimes as funny human...
Phryne is back in a thrilling mystery that takes her into dark convents and dank cellars in a frantic search for missing girls
Live by Night
Lehane has proven himself to be one of the most versatile and exciting novelists working in America today. He's back with an epic, unflinching tale of the making and unmaking of a gangster in the Prohibition Era.
After the Darkness
Trudy and Bruce Harrison have a happy marriage, a successful business, and three teenage children. One fateful day they take the winding coastal route home, and visit the Ocean View Gallery, perched on the cliff edge. It's not...
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