Summer Reading 3 – New Crime Fiction

Crime fiction is always popular. So what to choose? Here are some new titles at Parramatta City Library.

Murder on the cliff by Joanna Challis – a writers turns sleuth when she encounters a real world of mystery…

Fever of the bone by Val McDermid – Well, Tony Hill again, the famous psychiatrist and Jordan the detective come back to catch the criminals.

Woman with birthmark by Hakan Nesser – An inspector Van Veeteren mystery, fourth book in the series.

The complaints by Ian Rankin – Again, Rankin shows he’s the best. It’s not Rebus but a new series of MalCom ‘Foxy’ Fox who does the job…

Silent hour by Michael Koryta – it’s an engrossing tale with unexpected twists and an enjoyable reading.

Silent scream by Lynda La Plante – a famous file star Amanda Delany is brutally murdered. Who did it and why? DI Anna Travis is going to fine out…

The girl who kicked the Hornets’ nest by Stieg Larsson – The last title in ‘The Millennium’ series, this fiction reaches its highest in the genre.

The ignorance of blood by Robert Wilson – The final book in the Javier Falcon Seville quartet and a psychological triller with interesting characterisations, and many more…

The gentlemen’s hour by Don Winslow – sets in southern California, the book has the taste of surf and drug culture.

Far cry by John Harvey – it’s a compelling reading with tight plot and complicated characters.

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