Book review: The Signal Line, Brendan Colley
An award-winning novel that defies easy categorisation.
Book review: The Murder Rule, Dervla McTiernan
Another impressive psychological thriller by one of Australia's most talented crime writers.
Book review: Amongst Our Weapons, Ben Aaronovitch
The latest in the series blends fantasy and realism and London's historical past.
Book review: Everyone In My Family Has Killed Someone, Benjamin Stevenson
Funny and ingenious, this is an exemplary contribution to the detective genre.
Book review: The Torrent, Dinuka McKenzie
A stunning crime debut worthy of local and overseas accolades.
Book review: Wild Place, Christian White
A thriller exploring why good people do bad things.
Book review: Who Sleuthed it? Edited by Lindy Cameron
Beastly tales of crime.
Book review: The Attack, Catherine Jinks, Text Publishing
A slow-burner that canvasses familial conflict and builds to a violent crescendo.
Book review: The Last Guests, J.P.Pomare, Hachette
A panic-inducing thriller with all the right ingredients to keep you guessing to the end.